Early American Dry Sink
This early American farmhouse dry sink were prevalent in the 1800s throughout the New England States. The dry sink is a hallmark piece of Early American furniture. Dry sinks are often used for kitchen and bathroom furniture to hold a wash pan today they are used for cabinetry providing ample storage space. It's so versatile it can even be used as a small bar or buffet.
This Farmhouse Dry Sink is Solid Wood with a steel base and would look great in a laundry room or bathroom – it has a simple distinctive style for a barn or country house or even an industrial style.
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Fedex:Mar, 12 - Mar, 14 White Glove:An estimated arrival of 4-6 weeks
- This item is final sale and non-returnable.