Camber Single SInk Bathroom Vanity
It looks beautifully simple, quiet, and reserved. Look closer. The Camber Vanity with Sink has those Old-World touches of exquisite craftsmanship that you don't see anymore. The black granite countertop is beveled and contoured to complement the shape of the vanity. Intricately carved finials adorn the angled corners. Rich cherry wood gleams through the hand-rubbed satin finish, and detailed artwork in hushed gold tones glows from the black leatherette door insets. Sculpted trim on the bottom, delicate teardrop door pulls, and those wonderful balloon feet. There is so much to see in the little details, you'll be tempted to pull up a chair and study it. Oh, yeah: it's a sink, too. The included faucet is not functional.Please note that faucets, drains, and other plumbing-related items are not covered by the AA Importing Co. Inc. warranty.About A.A. ImportingFounded in 1934 by A.A. Gralnick, A.A. Importing Company, Inc. began as a distributor of kerosene lamp parts in the Gas Light Square area in St. Louis, Mo. Before and after World War II, A.A. Importing was heavily involved in the importation of fine crystal and art glass, as well as fine porcelain from Europe. The company became famous for its fine selection of art glass and accessories for the antique trader, as well as replacement parts.By the mid 1970s, A.A. Importing was the leading company in the world in the field of antique reproductions utilizing a variety of materials, including porcelain, glass, iron, brass, and ceramic. Since 1974, the company has adapted its extensive knowledge of antique and popular styles to suit the manufacturing of small furniture items, including Bentwood hat racks, corner decorations, marble-top plant stands, and round oak tables. Today, A.A. Importing's sources of antique reproductions have expanded worldwide.