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Is there anyone in Golden Lane undertaking a kitchen restoration project?

I have TWO ORIGINAL stainless sinks - round 'conical' bowl with a lip that fitted underneath the teak work top.

These sinks were rescued in the 1980's from Golden Lane when I was resident there and I am offering each of them for sale. Please contact me for details. theshift@mypostoffice.co.uk

Rose Wallace

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Hi Rose,
If there is spare one unsold, would appreciate if you are interested to contribute them to start building up the salvage store collection for Golden Lane Estate!
alan
Hello Alan,

Thanks for your enquiry, I think it is great that you a creating a restoration salvage for golden lane, I will keep this in mind. Could you consider picking up from Oxford which is where I live now? Regards Rose
Hi Rose, thanks for your reply. collection is not a problem, but let's wait and see if anybody likes to buy for their restoration. Speak soon!
Alan
hi rose,
my friend who is also a resident would like to buy one sink from you. he said he'll appreciate if you can contact him by email. pabloabellan@hotmail.com. thanks. alan
Just done so - thanks Alan
Hello I would be interested in acquiring - how much are you looking for?
Hello, I understand that you are interested in buying an original G. L. sink.

I am not sure what it is worth so was going to sell them to the highest two closed bidders who made contact before 1st August. I understand that you will need provenance and images to decide and this I will now arrange and send to you. I hope you will agree this is the fairest method. kind regards, rose

IF YOU WOULD LIKE ME TO SEND DETAILS PLEASE SEND ME YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS - THANKS theshift@mypostoffice.co.uk
hi its danielmarkwilson@googlemail.com
Hello Danny,

I'm afraid I honestly do not know how much they may be worth - that is why I had the idea of closed bids so that you can offer what they are worth to you as that seems the fairest method.

I will be in touch shortly with the promised images etc.
As promised here are the images. For simplicity, I will name them sink A & sink B.
Sink A - I have attempted to capture the details of its current condition visually, in addition these details are - there are 2 cut out sections in the rim, a slightly wavy edge on approximately one quarter of the rim, glue and fibreboard remains on the underside of rim inside 3 minor dents. However, the overall finish of this sinks surface is better than sink B.
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Sink B - this one has a complete rim with one kink, on inner surface 4 tiny dents and one slightly larger one, very feint greyish staining to 5% of the inner surface, silicone remains on the underside rim. This sink has been in use for 15 years more than sink A and it is showing wear. However, it is more complete and some resurfacing work would make a great difference.
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