Identification of Vintage Bathroom Sink Help

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AcidTinkerbell
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Identification of Vintage Bathroom Sink Help

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Greetings! I am in the process of starting restoration on a Folk Victorian in East Tennessee, USA. My first order of business is a bathroom that sustained water damage. I am trying to save everything worth saving. The sink has me mystified. There is no stamp other than underneath which is 369N. I have found very similar sinks but they all have the waterline overflow drain, which this one does not.

Can anyone give some ideas of the era of this sink and any other details? Or perhaps point me in the direction of an entity who might know?

Sorry for the sideways pictures. I couldn’t figure out how to flip them. 🤷🏼‍♀️

Thank you for your consideration and have a great day.

Jodi
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