This catalogue shows a small (and growing) selection of the sinks and faucets we carry. Many of these products are available in different colours or finishes. See the product description for a complete list.

If there's something you're looking for and you're not seeing it, contact us! We're happy to source it for you!



Bristol Sinks fireclay sinks are timeless, with a design that has been around for decades. No matter what style your kitchen is (or will be), there’s something about farmhouse/apron front sinks that seem to fit into any space! Somehow both traditional and contemporary, modernize and update your kitchen with this double-bowl kitchen sink. Experience the quality minimalist design that adds a contemporary element to your kitchen.

To achieve the fireclay finish, this sink is made from a combination of two different kinds of clay and quartz sand. These “true fireclay sinks” are from Europe and are fired at 1600 degrees. The classic white finish is the perfect complement to any of our custom-fabricated stone countertops. From quartz to granite and marble, if this sink has caught your eye, we have the countertop to go with it!

  • Outside dimensions: 33″ x 18″ x 10″ x 10″
  • Inside dimensions; 15-1/8″ x 16-3/8″ x 9″ x 9″
  • Requires custom installation
  • There is a tolerance of 1/4″ in the size of the sink. We advise it is best to order the sink before ordering the cabinets.
  • Stainless steel Bottom grid available¬† at extra cost
  • The BF101 has a center drain.

At Solid Stone Countertops we want to make your new build or renovation as easy as possible, which is why we offer sinks and faucets to coordinate with our stone surface options. Let us help you pull it all together!


BENEFITS OF APRON-FRONT SINKS: While they are beautiful and classic and modern all at the same time, apron-front sinks have an added benefit you may not have thought of. With a standard kitchen sink (either drop-in or undermount) the sink is set back from the edge of the countertop, so working in the sink requires you to lean farther forward to reach. Apron-front sinks don’t have the issue of needing the countertop to continue in front of them, so the working surface is much closer to you, which reduces back strain and can make for a more pleasurable dishwashing experience (if that exists).