Copper Sinks: Copper Farmhouse Sinks Custom made in Florida

Rachiele copper farmhouse sinks are nothing like imported copper sinks. No other copper sink has our features. The attention to detail, the clean lines, the superior welding and the obvious design benefits, clearly separate a Rachiele copper sink from all others. From the 14 gauge Cold Rolled copper and the workstation options, to the rear corner drains and natural patinas... nothing is similar. Our most popular design, until recently, was our Signature Series Workstation Sink, featuring interior steps to support a copper drain grid and a cutting board allowing you to do all of your food preparation on the sink instead of on the counter. Now our NexGen sink is leading the way. Read down the page for more info.

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Next Generation Sink Design
NEW DESIGN FEATURE FOR 2018 NexGen is the next generation in workstation sinks. Up until now, workstation sinks had a "step" that held up the accessories. My new innovative design removes the step in favor of a ledge. The sink width remains the same at the bottom as the top. My innovation gives you an extra inch of front to back space in the sink with this option. My design offers 34 additional square inches of space in a 36" sink!

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"I cannot convey strongly enough the amazing quality and service I received from Dino and the team at Rachiele." Dani Barrows

Pure copper isn't all the same...

We use only pure AMERICAN copper to make our copper sinks. In fact, the copper we use is so rare that there are only two places in the entire United States where it can be purchased. We go out of our way to use domestic copper that is cold rolled. If you are looking at other sources, ask them where their copper comes from and ask for proof of purity. I can offer certification papers for each batch of copper we receive showing the purity of the copper. We use only virgin cold rolled 14 gauge copper, which has a yield strength up to 8 times stronger than annealed recycled copper used by just about everyone else. Why does that matter to you? Well, you hear about 16 gauge, 14 gauge and even 12 gauge copper sinks. If the sink is imported, you can bet the copper is annealed soft copper. We use virgin cold rolled hard copper so that your copper sink will be tough enough to have a lifetime transferable warranty. We could not give a long warranty on an annealed copper sink. I would constantly worry about the integrity after a disposer was in use for many years. There is one company out there that claims there is no difference between cold rolled copper and their annealed copper. Sadly, that is a claim far from the truth. You can Google the question and find out for yourself.

This is a quote from Copper.org: "If scrap (copper) is mixed, contaminated or includes other materials such as solder then, when remelted, it will be more difficult to adjust the composition within the limits of a chosen specification. Where lead or tin have been included, but no harmful impurities, it is usually possible to adjust composition by the addition of more lead or tin to make leaded bronzes. For some scrap contaminated with undesirable impurities it is sometimes possible to dilute it when melting so that the impurity level comes within an acceptable specification. All these techniques retain much of the value of the scrap." There are many import companies that claim their copper is free of impurities. One such company claims: "When the metal is melted down any impurities are removed." Clearly that company is misinformed.

I call this the HOAX that has been perpetrated on the public.

This is what you should consider when a company says they use recycled copper. First of all, 98% of all the sinks you will see in stores and online are imported. If the company of origin is Mexico, India, China, Turkey, etc., how the heck do they come up with purity percentages? It is inherent in all recycled copper that the purity level changes from batch to batch. Some companies gleefully show scrap copper pipes, etc. being melted down in order to make their sinks. Do you really think those companies really have independent testing of each batch of copper? Think about it for a minute. If they are going to make those outrageous claims, have them prove it. Have them email you independent certifications papers on the most recent batch. I have been watching these claims go unchallenged for almost two decades. I can show you independent certification of every shipment of copper I receive and am glad to send you a copy if requested. So what can commonly be found in recycled copper if it is not purified properly? Lead, Mercury and Arsenic.


Check out our copper farmhouse sinks. They are quite different than all others... Scroll through photos by dragging your mouse over the photos right to left.


See the construction of an imported copper sink below

Wonder why we hardly sell double bowl sinks?


Our customers often send photos of their finished kitchens. We would love to see yours!

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