Here's a picture of it that I took a few minutes ago: http://www.execpc.com/~dbm/sink
Eleven days ago, a plumber broke the porcelain drain component of my only bathroom's Crane sink (yes, we've been without a sink for that long and will probably be without one for several more weeks!).
It and the vanity are somewhat custom configured (for example, the sink overhangs -- and is somewhat cut into -- the front of the vanity), so the plumber wanted to charge my wife $1,100 to fix the problem. After I called him, he was willing to use his insurance, but both of us would like to find a win-win scenario if possible. To avoid expensive (and less attractive) vanity work, we would like to locate a replacement sink. How could we do that?
Markings are as follows:
July 19, 1957
CRANE PACIE/C (the "IE" is a bit difficult to read) All China
77 (this is stamped all by itself)
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Dave e - m a i l a d d r e s s i s d b m at e x e c p c . c o m