Getting ready to do a kitchen remodel. I wanted to swap out for a stainless steel sink because the white porcelain sink is hard to keep clean because it's white. Only method that works well is using bleach a few times a week. My wife said unless it could be sold for enough to pay for the remodel, she wants to keep it. A contractor said it's antique and could sell quickly for good money. "Good money" is relative to the person, so I googled it and found the identical sink for sale, asking price $725. http://www.historichouseparts.com/pdshop/shop/item.aspx?itemid=19638 So, the sink stays, and it is an antique, but I'm wondering from what time period? I've got two widely different estimates. The contractor said 50s, a plumber said the teens (as in 100 years ago). I'm inclined to think the contractors guess was more accurate because a lot of stuff in our house is from the 50s (including ourselves, haha), although the house is older (built in 1914). The sink measures 71" wide, 25" deep, and the backsplash is 4" tall.