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14572-T3-W2 | Evenweave® design on Alcott™ 25 [Backup Product]

Evenweave® design on Alcott™

Inspired by the woven patterns found in leather accessories and knitted clothing, the Evenweave design adds visual interest to a wide, single-basin Alcott kitchen sink. A glaze effect highlights the carved appearance of the apron front, and the basin comes in two neutral finishes that work well with a variety of kitchen decors.

  • Features
  • Decorated with a textured woven pattern.
  • Fits minimum 27-inch apron sink base cabinet.
  • Single bowl.
  • 8-inch depth.
  • Integral apron front.
  • Three oversized faucet holes with two oversized accessory holes to the right.
  • Oversized holes allow for easy installation of faucets and accessories.
  • Material
  • Fireclay
  • Installation
  • Under-mount apron-front.
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Dimensions

Height 8-5/8"
Length 25"
Width 22"

Evenweave® design on Alcott™ 25" x 22" x 8-5/8" under-mount kitchen sink with 5 faucet holes | dimensions diagram
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*All prices are Manufacturer's Suggested List Price in U.S. dollars. The price you pay at your local supply outlet may be different than the Manufacturer's Suggested List Price. These prices supersede previous prices and are subject to change without notice. These prices do not include shipping. Any sales tax applicable will be added to the prices.
Due to the differences in monitors, technical factors, and characteristics of some of our finishes, the colors shown here cannot be represented with all their true qualities. The color titles should only be considered a guide.