Butler sinks, farmhouse sinks or apron sinks are becoming more and more popular in today’s kitchens. They provide ample space for various cooking activities which just makes your life so much easier. Butler sinks come in various materials; engineered stone is more friendly towards glass since it does not break that easily, however, a more robust sink made from fire-clay with acid resistant wastes would be a better option for industrial situations. Lab sinks are actually butler sinks but are made from fire-clay. Initially they were used in hospitals and laboratories and now they have become the central feature in any kitchen.
Stainless steel butler sinks
Contemporary Kitchen by Other Metro Kitchen & Bath Designers Innovative Kitchens
Stainless steel butlers. Made from grade 304 (18/10) stainless steel 1.6mm thick. Grade 316 is also available on request.
|Item||Single butler||Double butler
|Dimensions||650 x 475 x 235 mm||900 x 460 x 235 mm
|Main bowl(s)||595 x 395 x 230 mm||400 x 395 x 230 mm
|Waste||90mm basket strainer||90mm basket strainer
|Price||R 8060.00 Incl. VAT||R 11 875.00 Incl. VAT
Single butler made from grade 304 (18/10) stainless steel. 90mm Basket strainer waste is included and can be connected to standard waste pipes. Tap to be mounted either in the wall or behind the sink.
Double stainless steel butler sink with two 90mm basket strainer wastes included. Tap to be mounted behind the sink or wall mounted.
Single square ceramic butler sink
Single bowl square butler sink made from fire-clay ceramic. Width 600mm and bowl depth 190mm.
Suitable for wall fastening only because of non-glazed back section, so this sink cannot be mounted as free-standing on top of a kitchen surface.
Holes are pre-drilled for kitchen mixers and 90mm basket strainer waste (which is also included).
Order code: #CB-BUTLER-SQ
Price: R 9 576.00 Incl. VAT
Ceramic single butler sink – 595 x 395 x 200 mm
Single ceramic butler
R 3 320.00 Incl. VAT
Ceramic Glazed Single Butler Sink. Ideally installed as an under mount with front section open.
Outer dimensions: 600 x 400 x 200 mm. Deepest point inside 175 mm at waste. No overflow. The basin is not reversible, the waste should be at the back of the sink. One 50 mm basket waste included.
Engineered stone single butler sink
Single Butler sink. Stunning drop- in or under mount. Dimensions (Outer): 600 x 400 x 200 mm.( ±2.5 mm). This butler does not have an overflow. The sink is not reversible and is not fluted in the front. This butler is not made of ceramic. One 90 mm basket strainer waste is included. The care and maintenance of engineered stone products can be found in our article section. Delivery not included. Lead time 2 weeks.
Single composite butler
R 3 370.00 Incl. VAT
Engineered stone double butler sink
Double Butler sink. Stunning drop- in basin or under mount. Dimensions (Outer): 800 x 430 x 230 mm.( ±2 mm). This butler does not have an overflow. The sink is not reversible. The double butler is not made of ceramic. Two 90 mm basket wastes included. The care and maintenance of engineered stone products can be found in our article section. Delivery not included. Lead time 2 weeks.
Double white butler sink
R 5 586.00 Incl. VAT
Gourmet Single & Double Fluted Butler Sink
We are simply over the moon to have these beautiful classics back in our range. These gorgeous sinks are manufactured from engineered stone ( a solid composite) with a surface layer which is a UV & Stain resistant Gelcoat, designed and formulated by NCS resins, is a ISO9000 company. The design is perfectly square and these butler sinks are completely reversible, should you wish to have a smooth front apron. Delivery not included. Lead time for delivery 2 weeks on order.
Single Gourmet Butler: CB-GOURMET-SNG
600 x 455 x 230 mm – includes basket strainer waste
R5 472-00 Incl VAT
Fluted Double Gourmet Butler: CB-GOURMET-DBL
901 x 455 x 230 mm – includes basket strainer wastes
R8 270-00 Incl VAT
Fluted Gourmet double butler smooth side front
Gourmet Double Butler Installed
NOTE: NEVER make a cutout in your kitchen top without have the physical butler sink with you. Measurements are estimates only since these are hand made products.
Related helpful articles
I have been asked so many times what is the difference between the ceramic, engineered stone and stainless steel butler sinks, that I thought I would post it on the web.
The one is not better than the other. It really depends on your application and what you intend to use it for. For light lab work with a lot of glassware, I would recommend the engineered stone types.
Damage prevention Allow cookware to cool down before placing it into your engineered stone butler sink. This actually applies to all engineered stone products like Caeserstone, Pro-Stone, Technistone and other composite products made from composite materials. Your oven can reach up to 250°C, it will stain the resin in the product and depending on how long you left the pot on the sink, the deeper the discolouration will be. This type of discolouration is not…