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14571-FC-0 | Interlace™ design on Alcott™ 25 [Backup Product]

Interlace™ design on Alcott™

Inspired by late 19th-century European architectural facades, the Interlace design embellishes the front apron of the wide, single-basin Alcott kitchen sink. Revealing intricate patterning with oriental motifs, this fireclay basin makes an elegant and subtle addition to a full range of kitchen decors.

  • Features
  • Decorated with an intricately textured pattern.
  • Fits minimum 27-inch apron sink base cabinet.
  • Single bowl.
  • 8-inch depth.
  • Integral apron front.
  • Three faucet holes with one accessory hole to the right.
  • Coordinates with other products with the Interlace design.
  • Material
  • Fireclay
  • Installation
  • Tile-in apron-front.
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Height 8-5/8"
Length 25"
Width 22"

Interlace™ design on Alcott™ 25" x 22" x 8-5/8" tile-in kitchen sink with 4 faucet holes | dimensions diagram

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