Copper Bar or Prep Sinks 14 gauge pure copper
How about a copper apron front farmhouse bar or prep sink? This one features our linen patina. Do it in style!
Copper Bar or Prep sink, shown as a top mount or drop in sink. This particular sink features our exclusive "Architectural" edge on the flanges. This is a custom sink.
This is a hand hammered copper prep or bar sink. The hand hammering is only available when ordering a custom sink.
Our most popular bar and prep sink size is on sale. (Undermount) This sink is 18" square, 7" deep, with a right rear drain. Inside measurement is 16" by 16" Made by Rachiele in the USA of 14 gauge cold rolled USA copper. We decided to build quite a few at once, lowering our cost to product them.
This is a round custom under mount copper sink. This sink is built in three pieces. The top flange is one piece, the side is another, and the bottom is the third piece. There is a tremendous amount of welding on these sinks. They can be made as a top mount sink as well. This sink prices just above $2,000 due to all of the hand-work required.
This is a custom trough sink for a bar area in a home. There are dividers that section off the right and left sides so the user can put ice in those areas and keep beverages cold while having the ability to run water.
This is a trough style under mount sink. We can make these any size as either under mount of top mounted sinks. Just give me a call or send an email request.
This is a great idea for a small prep or bar sink. The grid and cutting board make this sink a party sink!
Small Prep Sinks don't have to be useless - we can make them workstation sinks so you can actually prepare on them.
Custom Copper Countertops by Rachiele - Call for Pricing
This is a custom copper curved bar top with a custom patina. It is approximately 102" long and 1 1/2" thick. We used 14 gauge cold rolled copper. The copper was returned 2 inches underneath the top.
The photo below is of the copper countertop in my home. The top was installed in 2001. Still looks great. We did lacquer the top and it is in a low use area of the kitchen. I do not recommend lacquering a copper top in an area that will get significant traffic. In a normal wear and tear environment, I recommend that we weather the copper and NOT lacquer it. We have a product that we will send along to help keep the patina looking good. The maintenance should be quite low. Cost wise, a quality built copper top using 14 gauge hard copper will be more expensive than any granite or solid surface top. We can not quote, nor estimate, by the foot, as the amount of material waste as well as the amount of labor to weld varies so much on each project. All that being said, if you want to have an area in your home that is not a "me too" countertop, copper is the way to go.