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Cisterna CCK110-13 Fireclay Biscuit

Franke CCK11013BT

Quick Specs

  • Type: Kitchen Sinks
  • Width: 14.5625"
  • Height: 17.125"
Product Dimensions
Length overall 14 3/8''
Width overall 17 1/8''
Depth Overall 8 5/8''
Length of large bowl 12 5/8''
Width of large bowl 15 3/8''
Depth of large bowl 6 7/8''
Minimum Cabinet Size 18''
General Information
Type of Material Fireclay
Number of Bowls 1
Installation Clips Yes
Cut-Out Template No
Where to buy Showroom
Article Numbers
FUN# 126.0066.106
US Part Number CCK110-13BT

Quick Specs

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  • Type: Kitchen Sinks

  • Dimensions

  • Width: 14.5625"
  • Height: 17.125"

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