Bar & Prep Sinks
If you are looking for quality value-priced bar and prep sinks, you're in the right place. Barclay Products are the perfect solution for any new construction or remodel. With multiple styles, materials, and finishes to choose from, that perfect end result is just around the corner.
Hammered Copper & Pewter Bar/Prep Sinks
Add a unique element to your bar or prep area and show your design individuality with a Barclay Trent Series hammered pewter or antique copper sink from PlumbingSupply.com®. These rustic sinks add warmth and character to your home, and are sure to get many compliments.
These prep sinks feature:
- Hand crafted from solid 16 gauge copper
- Copper finish has natural anti-bacterial properties and will patina beautifully over time (pewter finish will not patina)
- Flat bottom with easy depths ideal for washing hands or rinsing produce
- Convenient 3-1/2" drain opening - perfect for use with a garbage disposer
- Can be installed as an undermount or drop-in, depending on your desired look
- Available in two sizes to suit your needs
- 12-3/4" x 12-3/4" with 10" x 10" interior bowl size and 5-3/4" basin depth
- 18" x 18" with 14-1/2" x 14-1/2" interior bowl size and 6-3/8" basin depth
Hammered 18 Gauge Copper/Pewter Prep Sinks
Deluxe 3-1/2" Basket Strainer
Stainless Steel Bar/Prep Sinks
Nothing stands up to the rigors of frequent use like stainless steel. Whether you are looking for a new prep sink for your busy family kitchen, need a stylish way for your employees to wash their hands and clean up messes behind the bar, or are just a party-animal that needs something that will last through your whirlwind lifestyle, these super strong 16 gauge stainless steel sinks are the solution.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q. "Are clips needed for installation of these sinks?"
A. You will need sink clips to mount any undercounter sink. Also, templates for cut-outs are no longer offered for these Barclay sinks. To help prevent problems, it is preferred that the hole for the sink not be cut into the countertop until you have the sink in-hand. When you receive your sink and are ready to cut the hole, you can turn the sink upside down and trace its outline to create a template. This allows for slight variations in the shape of the hand-hammered sinks.
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