Porcelain Vessel Sinks
Brant Point Collection by Nantucket
Nothing evokes classic elegance quite so well as porcelain - which is partly why it has been a bathroom design staple for so long. The smooth lines and clean white color lend themselves well to a variety of styles and palettes, making these sinks highly versatile and perfect for almost any home. Choose from a traditional basin style or add some flair with a modern cubist square. Whatever your design direction, we're sure these quality sinks by Nantucket will help get you there.
All of the lovely sinks on this page feature:
- Stylish above-counter design and neutral white color that complements both traditional and modern design styles
- Durable vitreous construction with easy-to-maintain finish
- Naturally mildew- and bacteria-resistant to help keep your bathroom cleaner
- Chip and stain resistant glaze for strong, long-lasting beauty
Round & Oval Bathroom Sinks with Overflow
Oval - NSV305
Round - NSV218
Round - NSV213
Bathroom Sink Drains
Square & Rectangular Bathroom Sinks without Overflow
Square - NSV107A
Tapered Square - NSV109
Rectangle - NSV105
Bathroom Sink Drains
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q. "What's the difference between vitreous china, porcelain, fire clay, ceramic, etc.?"
A. There are many terms used to describe white "clay" bathroom fixtures - sometimes the terms are interchangeable and sometimes they are not. For instance, vitreous china and porcelain are essentially the same thing. Vitreous china/porcelain sinks are made by baking a refined mixture of clay and other minerals at a high temperature after glazing. Vitreous china/porcelain is naturally mildew- and bacteria-resistant with a non-porous surface that is ideal for maintaining sanitation - hence it is commonly used for lavatory sinks and toilets. Fire clay, on the other hand, is also molded from a clay and mineral mixture, but it is fired at a higher temperature than vitreous china/porcelain which gives it greater resistance to heat. While fire clay is most often used for kitchen farmhouse sinks, some bathroom sinks are also made of fire clay. Ceramic is sometimes used interchangeably with fireclay, vitreous china, or porcelain, and simply refers to a style of fixture that is molded from clay and baked.
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