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ⓘ Bowl sink




                                     

ⓘ Bowl sink

A bowl sink, the first coined term for the more commonly known vessel sink, is a free-standing sink that sits directly on the counter-top or furniture on which it is mounted. Originally invented by Meredith Wolf, a former Rhode Island resident, the product is now a worldwide decorative piece of art which serves as a sink and provides decor.

This type of sink is produced by numerous firms, and is found in many hotels, restaurants, and homes.

                                     
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