If you are looking for a kitchen sink that would be “authentic” to a mid century kitchen, this Kohler Delafield design looks to be a terrific, authentic choice for a 1940s, 1950s or 1960s kitchen. It is porcelain enamel on cast iron, 32″ wide, and to be real-deal, for sure consider metal aka Hudee rim.
Update: There’s a second company — Ceco — that also offers a sink in this style — their San Clemente model, also with metal rim. They also seem to have more color options. Pricing may also differ.
- My original faucet for a kitchen sink similar to this was this model from Chicago Faucets. It was expensive, but heavy and with a nice long spout.
- Update: I subsequently installed a Dishmaster with a vintage faceplate – we love it!
Elkay stainless steel sinks