Shaws 33 inch Lancaster Single Bowl Apron Front Farmhouse Fireclay Kitchen Sink by Rohl
Fireclay farmhouse sinks may be newly revitalized in popularity, but if you’re looking for a truly rustic kitchen, then you’ll understand the value of investing in a traditionally designed and made 33 inch apron front sink.
Rohl’s farmhouse sinks are built to last a lifetime, made from an incredibly durable fireclay material that is naturally antibacterial and damage-resistant. You won’t have to worry about acid, alkali, bleach, pots, or pans damaging, staining, or scratching your sink – the heavy ball fireclay they’re made of is fired at an intensely high heat with a protective glaze that will keep your sink looking good as new for generations to come.
How does a sink become so expertly designed? Through generations of tradition– and Rohl’s sinks have plenty of that. Originally introduced in 1897, these are the original farmhouse sinks, initially designed for the kitchens and sculleries of the wealthy class’s grand country estates. Even the name speaks to history; Shaws Lancaster sinks are named after a family in the British ruling class, the House of Lancaster.
The way these sinks are made is steeped in tradition as well. The same molds from 1897 form the basis of these apron front sinks to this day. In addition, they’re actually made in the same factory in Lancashire, England as they were originally crafted. And, using long-cultivated techniques, each sink is carefully hand poured, shaped, and finished by an expert craftsmen, who emblazons the sink with a stamp of their name. In all, each sink takes about a month to finish – a short time when you consider they are meant to last nearly forever.
Designed with a single, oversized bowl, this statement making sink is the showstopping addition your country kitchen needs. To make your design shine, choose from either a modern bright white finish or a more subdued, rustic parchment tone. No matter which shade you choose, this stylish farmhouse sink is sure to turn heads and earn you compliments for many years to come. This 33 inch original farmhouse sink is also available in two colors - White RC3318WH and Parchment RC3318PCT.
Rohl RC3318 Features
- Hand poured, shaped, and finished by master artisans
- Single oversized front apron bowl design
- Deep enough to handle large pots and pans
- Two color choices - White RC3318WH and Parchment RC3318PCT.
- Based on a traditional 1897 design
- Acid and alkali resistant glazed surfaces
- Designed to withstand heavy use
- Suitable for waste disposal units or basket strainer waste
- Sink measures 33 inches x 18 inches
- Central drain placement
- Standard 3 1/2" diameter drain opening
- Due to ±2% dimensions, it is recommended that the cabinet maker wait until your sink is delivered to make the cabinet
- No template available
- Includes “Shaws” blue badge
- 36" minimum cabinet size
- Hygienic due to antibacterial properties
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Rohl Farmhouse Sink Accessories
Frequently bought together is the Rohl matching faucet with sink grid. Add the complete set for a stunning kitchen.
Shaws Fireclay Sink Videos
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- Bowl Option - Front apron single bowl
- Hole configuration - 1
- Mounting location - Deck
- Installation type - Front apron
- Sink measures 33 inches x 18 inches
- Weight - 173 lbs
- Model Number - Rohl RC3318WH White - Rohl RC3318PCT Parchment
" ROHL’s lancaster sink Promise — A “Limited Warranty” means ROHL will provide free of charge, at its option, replacement part or product (or a
comparable alternative product) to replace those which have proven defective in materials or workmanship within the warranty period on that product. 1-year limited warranty, 10-year limited warranty on fading/staining
Check out Annie & Oak's detailed installation instructions on how to install a farmhouse sink:
The Only Guide You Will Ever Need to Choosing and installing a Farmhouse Sink