The sink is 39" long and 12" deep with a secondary bottom to raise the working area to 9" deep. If I had to do it over, I would have built an 8" deep sink! This is one of the first sinks we ever built and I was the guinea pig. Thankfully, the mistake was on my own sink. I am very jealous of the sinks going out these days. They are so much better than mine. By the way, this photo was taken about 10 years after installation. Looks good for a 10 year old copper sink!
Radius apron front sink
Radius apron front sink was custom made to fit the fine cabinetry of Quality Custom Cabinetry for the 2005 Kitchen and Bath Show in Las Vegas. Quality Custom Cabinetry could have selected many other sinks for their display. In fact, most every other manufacturer would have offered their sinks at no charge just to have their product in the National Kitchen and Bath show. Quality Custom Cabinetry by passed their free options and paid for a Rachiele sink because they wanted to show a quality that was representative of the fine quality craftsmanship of their cabinetry.
This is a copper pedestal sink that we custom designed and manufactured for a Princess in Saudi Arabia back in 2003.
This pedestal sink sold for about $16,000
This is a copper radius front apron console sink
The sink is 60" wide and was designed to be mounted on the wall with the use of a specially designed mounting bracket. This sink has our Rustic patina.
This is a copper surgical scrub sink for Tulane Lakeside Hospital in Louisiana.
Octagon shaped top mount copper sink prior to patina.
Pedestal sink with fire and ice patina. I did the patina myself, likely around 2003 or so. Lori does a much better job than I.
This is a photo of Melissa's kitchen.
As you can see she has used copper with contemporary white cabinetry. She has also had a custom patina made on the copper back splash behind her cook top.