Round Hammered Copper Bowl Sink
Round Hammered Copper Bowl Sink
Dimensions(mm): 406.4 D x 152.4 H
Dimensions(inches): 16″(Diameter) x 6″(Height)
Made of a 16-gauge copper sheet.
Manufacture guaranteed product quality.
Please refer to the price breakup down below:
Price Shipping Net Price
225 £0 £225
We can ship this item to many European countries however, you need to contact
us to discuss the freight and get a quote.
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We are the manufacturer of finest copper bathtubs, copper sinks, cast bronze
sinks, copper kitchen sinks, copper beverage tubs, lamps, & handicrafts.
Our manufacturing facility is based in India. We have been in the export
business for past 20 years operating from our India offices and supplying our
Being manufacturer ourselves we assure you the best quality and best prices.
We periodically bring products from our manufacturing facility in India to our
warehouse in U.K. and make these available to you in our eBay shop.
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your delivery to confirm a date. It can take from 5 days to 4 weeks to deliver
your product. In no circumstances shall we be liable for any delay in delivery
or loss arising from it, however caused.
Goods can only be delivered to the customer’s delivery address (they cannot be
left with a neighbour or anywhere other than the delivery address given at the
time of purchase) and must be checked and signed for. The Carrier may also ask
to see identification before leaving the goods, (to protect us from any type
Credit Card fraud).
Standard Pallet Delivery for bigger items is a road side one man service, and
assistance may be required from the customer. When goods are offered for
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the date agreed for delivery, then we reserve the right to charge you delivery
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We recommend that all goods are checked and inform us within 24 hours of
delivery to ensure that we have adequate time to replace anything that is not
satisfactory or incorrect. Please do inform us in writing with photographs in
case the product is faulty which is very unlikely to replace it with the new
product. You have 14 days to inspect the goods for any faults or damage for
returns and refunds from the day of the delivery.
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faulty and not incorrect including any return collection charges+ delivery
charges even if the product is offered with free delivery (Please look at our
delivery charges) or you can arrange a return by your chosen courier with
appropriate insurance at your cost and the delivery charges will be deducted
from your refund. The product should be returned with original invoice.
The items must be returned unused, well packed and in re-sellable original
condition, including the original retail packaging. If the packaging is damaged
and not usable again a fair amount will be deducted from the refund.
You should notify us within 14 days of delivery if your goods are damaged/
incorrect, after this time we will not able to provide a refund for these items.
Once the item has been installed/fitted/attempted to be fitted it is deemed
that you have accepted those goods and we will not be able to replace the goods
as "damaged in transit" or "faulty” or accept returns. Customised, made to
order or bespoke products orders cannot be cancelled as these products are
exempt from the right to cancel under the consumer protection (distance
selling) regulations 2000.
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further options or if additional delivery charges to our standard rates are
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Copper Sinks Care & Maintenance
Copper sinks will weather/age/patina with time and normal use. To prevent
this, we need to dry it after every use or apply normal wax at least once in 30
Copper is a natural antibacterial product that requires minimal care. For
regular maintenance, simply rinse the sink after each use. Otherwise, wash
occasionally with dish soap and a sponge for a more thorough cleaning. The
sinks we supply are waxed by hand. Copper sinks have a living finish, which
evolves over time, which can be prevented by the use of wax.
Newly constructed copper sinks go through a natural aging process and may
appear unsightly for a very short, “break-in” period. Initially, they will be
pink in color and evolve into a rich, golden or caramel-brown color. In a short
time, your sink will develop dark spots and marks where water or other products
have caused natural oxidation. This is normal. These spots will blend together
and transform your sink into a beautifully vibrant display of color. Acid
products, like ketchup or lemon, will remove the patina on your sink if left on
for a while. Not to worry… The patina will revive quickly and any spots will
vanish in a short time, depending on the minerals in your water.
Those customers who prefer a polished copper finish will have to withstand
more regular maintenance. There are products on the market, such as Barkeepers
Friend and Wrights Copper Cream that are efficient, low-abrasive cleansing
agents. A quality car or furniture wax may also be applied to the surface of a
freshly cleaned sink to protect its finish. The wax will inhibit the
antibacterial properties of the copper.
Generally, copper sinks should be left to age naturally.
Copper has the unique advantage of oxidizing over time, which means that its
color continues to evolve with the life of the sink. The older it gets, the
more attractive it looks. Any scratches and flaws that occur on its surface
will disappear into the metal as it oxidizes.
We recommend just washing your sink with mild soap and water.
Please do not use any harsh chemicals for cleaning.
Other Care Tips that might be helpful
Regular cleaning and care should resolve most of the issues you would run
into, but under a few circumstances, you might find you need a little extra
Bright spots – If you see a small bright spot appear on your sink from a
leftover piece of lime or a forgotten blob of ketchup, don’t worry! The area
will re-patina back to a darker tone with time. To help it fade more evenly in
with the sink, clean the area with water and mild soap, and then consider using
a stiff bristle to wear off some of the darker patina around the edges of the
spot. This will allow the area to blend better with the rest of the sink as it
ages and darkens.
Green spots – Overexposing your sink to moisture for prolonged periods of time
could cause some green spotting. This is just a mineral build-up that can
easily be removed with a soft cloth or even a fingernail. This will typically
occur around the faucet, drain, or other areas where water pooling can occur.
To prevent this, keep water from gathering and sitting in these areas. If it
does occur, don’t worry! It’s very easy to wipe off or scratch off with your
fingernail (avoid scratching it off with anything metal or too hard). Some
soaps may cause green spotting if it is left to sit on the sink’s surface for a
Brown film – Sometimes there may be a build-up of the patina in certain areas
of the sink where water can collect or pool (similar to green spotting). Any
brown film build-up can easily be wiped off with a cloth or scraped off with a
Copper is naturally resistant to corrosion, so copper sinks or baths never
rust. Each copper bathtub and sink is coated with a lacquer that maintains the
finish, which means that the bathtub should only be cleaned with a non-abrasive
household cleaner and wiped with a soft cloth. The coating is durable and
flexible, allowing it to withstand the demands of regular use.
Never use corrosive or ammonia and acid cleaners as they can damage the
surface of the copper bath. Use only mild detergent or mild soap.
Do not use steel wool and brushes as they may scratch the surface of your
bathtub. Use a soft cloth instead.
After each use, dry the sink no matter what surface you have (copper,
nickel-plated, colored surfaces), otherwise, you may have traces of water.
Copper is a soft metal, and therefore scratches can easily occur, but due to
the “self-healing” nature of copper, these scratches disappear because the
copper surface constantly reacts with air and gradually changes color and
appearance. This is called patina.
Instead of trying to repair scratches, you should begin to love them, because
these scratches, wells and battered areas create a unique copper character and
enhance the rustic feel of a metal product.
When a copper bath or sink begins to age, rich dark tones begin to form, in a
warm brown color known as patina. This is quite normal and is essentially a
copper property. Patina is a “live finish” because it is constantly changing
While some customers who understand the patina copper process like the way
their bath or washbasin develops as they age, others who do not know about the
properties of copper blame the manufacturer for a poor quality product. Patina
or copper surface treatment is its natural property and cannot be considered as
a mistake! This is, in fact, evidence that the bath or sink is made of pure