This copper farm sink features a stencil patina on the apron of the sink. You have the ability to custom design a stencil with the assistance of our patineur.
This copper farm sink features my new NexGen Trademark Design. There is a ledge instead of a step to hold accessories. That feature adds significant usable space inside the basin of the sink. This design is unique to Rachiele.
This gorgerous sink features our Linen Patina on the apron of the sink. This patina option requires a great deal of skill and patience.
Our "Rustic" patina option is our second most popular (after Weathered). You can request specific colors, like greens, blues, blacks, etc. We will make sure you are thrilled with the result. This is our new NexGen Workstation Sink.
I'm not afraid to show you my bottom! Take a look at the bottom of my farmhouse copper sink. Notice the bottom of the apron is completely closed. You will rarely find a photo of the bottom of an import because the aprons are almost always open on the bottom. The bottom and sides are closed on my sinks.
We are the only company that can offer patina options like this. I started working with copper patina on copper sinks back in late 1998. We constantly develop our own proprietary methods for creating these awesome works of art. We do not use "off the shelf" patina products. All are custom made.
This is one of hundreds of drop in retrofit copper farm sinks that I have designed to replace existing outdated double bowl sinks. A week does not go by when we are hot shipping one or two of these. This is a patented proprietary design that I developed years ago.
This one-of-a-kind work of art has one of our rustic patinas. It is a 36" sink designed to be under mounted.
This is a 33" custom copper farm sink with our NexGen Workstation design and our Weathered ll patina.
This is a custom stencil of a bible verse that we applied on a 36" single bowl. Our client selected the font and size. Stencil color can be selected by you. This one is black, but we offer a full variety of colors.
Hand Hammered 36" copper Farm sink (Rachiele style - real ball peen hammering). The hammering of one sink can take one man the better part of an entire day. The precision of our men is nothing short of amazing.
A rustic patina on a 36 inch copper farm sink. The amazing colors and patterns are very difficult to achieve and this process takes a bit of time.
This is a gorgeous copper double bowl copper farmhouse sink with a rustic patina. This whopper of a sink measures 43 inches long. The apron was made 9" tall, while the bowls are 8" deep. This was done to give the sink more balance in terms of proportion. Truly a beautiful sink. We shipped this baby to its new home December 15th, 2010. We rarely build double bowl sinks these days. Our single bowl workstation sink design is far more functional.
This is a 33" long apron sink with a 12 inch tall apron. The bowl depth is 8". It features our self healing weathered interior and our weathered/top-coated apron. Our customer was in a big hurry. This sink was built and finished in less than a week!
I really love this one! It is a 36" copper farmhouse "Signature Series Workstation Sink", featuring a step in the front and rear for cutting boards, a copper grid, or a colander. The patina is particularly nice. Very rich tones on this Rustic Patina.
This is a patented design I came up with in 1999. It features our patented channel to slip over existing cabinetry. This sink also had a rear deck to house the faucet and other accessories. Yes, you can install a farmhouse sink in existing cabinetry. This was an under mount version where the client replaced the countertop but kept their cabinets. I have a design where you can replace a top or under mount sink - even while using your existing countertops - requiring no cutting of the cabinetry.
Another pretty face! Just look at the depth and interesting patterns of this Rustic Patina. This is a 36" Copper Farm Sink. It is our original Signature Series Workstation Design.
Copper sinks: The truth behind the misleading information online.
Wonder why we hardly sell double bowl sinks?