I have replaced many sink faucets but this one has me perplexed.
I went to my mom's house to take a look at a broken faucet valve stem. I'd
like to swap it out with a new wide spread set, but the faucet looks like it
is built into the porcelain of the sink itself! The pop-up is entirely
contained within a compartment of the underside of the sink. I have no idea
how I would replace the spout or if this is even possible.
Maybe I could just replace the stems and handles but I wonder if the metal
tubes from the spout would align properly or be the right size.
I can't replace the sink tub because it is overlaid on its perimeter with a
fancy tile job.
Here are some pictures from underneath. It is interesting. The home was
built in the 1950s.