Dakota Sinks DSE-HCTM17R Signature Elements Series 17 Inch Single Bowl Round Top Mount Vessel Sink - Handmade Copper

The tradition of hammering copper is a metalworking tactic used for generations to toughen copper sheets. A ball peen hammer is generally used to shape the indentations before the sheet is manipulated into its desired shape. Copper is additionally hammered for aesthetic purposes. Over time, pure copper can start to naturally oxidize in its environment, developing a copper patina. Patina is commonly a green or brown film on the surface of copper, bronze or different comparable metals. The extra depth and dimension created through hammering the surface of copper makes patina much less obvious as it starts to appear.


  • 99.8% copper content
  • Available Accessories - Hand Towel: DSA-KHT and Sink Squeegee: DSA-SQUEEGEE
  • cUPC Listed
  • Lifetime Limited Warranty


  • Number of Bowls: 1
  • Material: Copper
  • Installation Type: Top Mount and Vessel
  • Gauge: 14


  • Width: 17 Inch
  • Front to Back: 17 Inch
  • Depth: 6 1/2 Inch
  • Minimum Cabinet Size: 24 Inch

Dimensions And Measurements

Installation Type Vessel
Sink Shape Circular
Finish Copper Tones
Material Copper
Overflow Location None
Features cUPC Certified
Theme Traditional / Classic / Transitional
Faucet Holes 1
Number Of Basins 1
Collection Signature
Warranty Lifetime Limited
Certifications and Listings cUPC Certified
Width 17
Front to Back 17
Depth 6.5