1930s reproduction sink for a bungalow, four-square or romantic revival bathroom


When I visited Rejuvenation in Portland, I saw this wonderful early 20th century reproduction sink for sale. I am not sure of the exact timeline for sinks like this. They were originally porcelain enamel on cast iron — and I would guess they spanned the 1910s through the 1940s. This “Liberty” reproduction pedestal sink from St. Thomas Creations — is made of vitreous china. Even so – the sink looks like the real deal – gorgeous – and would be a wonderful choice for a pre-war retro renovation bathroom – for a bungalow, four-square or romantic revival bathroom, for example.

  1. Mark says:

    That is a fantastic sink! I have the cross handle shut off valves you can see in the photo and it’s the little details like that that make the difference.
    Thanks for this!

  2. Pam Kueber says:

    Thanks, Sarah, that’s kind of what I thought. This is a style that goes way back. In my 1912 Colonial Revival in Michigan — my first renovation project — I pulled out a distressed wall hung. Put in a “sea shell” pedestal from… Builder’s Square. Remember that company? This reproduction would have been much much much much better — if I’d have known (and if it even existed.) It’s a nice one!

  3. sarah says:

    This is nearly a dead ringer for our sink, which dates to 1919 (enamelled iron – the original upstairs bathroom suite is still intact) if that helps! It’s a lovely repro — I’m keeping it in mind if we need to replace ours!

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