Updating brass fixtures
The pedestal and bowl or basin are usually separate pieces.The base is three-sided, open in the back, and used to hide the sink's plumbing.
The limitation of these sinks is that the countertop must be a premium material like stone or composite.But, sinks are, made of just about any material that will hold water, including some rather non-obvious materials such as bamboo and wood.The only requirements are that it be somewhat resistant to physical damage, and very resistant to corrosion.This process is used to make a number of bathroom fixtures such as toilets, bidets, and sinks as well as ceramic and porcelain tile and dishware.Vitreous china sinks are very sanitary, cannot corrode, last for centuries with proper care, and are by far the most common sinks available.Obviously, no sink is ever going to need such incredible resistance to heat.
In reality the term "fireclay" is just a marketing term, adopted from England where vitreous china is commonly called fireclay when used to make kitchen sinks.
And, if you need to minimize the size of fixtures in a small bath, wall-mount sinks are worth a good look. The most common bathroom sink material is glazed vitreous china.
It is tough, durable, sanitary, and needs only the most minimal of care.
The basin itself is attached to the wall, and the pedestal attaches to the basin.
The height of the sink is determined by the height of the pedestal.
This is the basic bathroom sink: the most widely available type of sink, the easiest sink to install and the least expensive to buy.