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lenhobson
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I urgently need to obtain a replacement wash basin for the rear saloon heads for a Bourne 35 (Don Swanton). Can anyone help please?

Regards,

Len Hobson

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Len,

Being a saily I aint got a clue what sort of boat you have!!

However, have you thought of trying a caravan place for the basin?



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Give us a clue, ceramic or the more ordinary enamel

Bill...(The Ancient Mardler)

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hi there ,
you could try screwfix direct www.screwfixdirect.com  , if it's the small hand basin your after or Norfolk marine ,
good luck

steve and vicky

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Hi Bill,

It's marked 'Shanks Vitreous China'

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len

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In that case try an ordinary builders merchant rather than a boat place there may even be a model number moulded in somewhere.

Bill...(The Ancient Mardler)

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Hi,

Any chance of a picture? We have a few old china ones dotted around the yard.  Are you looking for a genuine replacement period item, or a more up to date modern equivalent?

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John

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lenhobson
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Hello John,

Please see pics sent separately. Not sure how to attach them here.

A period piece is preferred.

Regards,

Len

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Hello Len,

Without seeing the pics I would guess it would be either an Armitage Shanks Royalex or Roxan, both sized at 56cm x 41cm. Both are very old designs.

Steve.

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Hello Steve,

The basin is marked as 'Shanks Vitreous China’.

The approximate measurements are:

Width 20”
Projection (front to back) 12”
Height (from top to bottom of drain flange) 7.5”
The taps centres are 14 and 3/8” apart.
The fixing holes in the rear face are 13” apart.

Best regards,

Len

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