Old Brass Pedestal Sink Drain

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Good day,

I'm a DIY home remodel user of this forum. I often find answers to questions I have. Now it is my turn to post a question.

I recently came into possession of an antique pedestal sink with neat brass fixtures. The faucets are Chicago Faucet Co. left and right hand quaturn faucets, and I was able to track down parts for them.

The question I have is related to the old sink drain, which appears to be of the chain and stopper variety. However, the chain and stopper are missing. The chainstay ring on top of the basin is still there, but the drain itself is confusing to me. I will add a couple pictures to see if anyone is familiar with this particular type of drain. Please note the small piece (flat on one side) which screws into the center of the drain. A typical stopper will not fit over the top of it to plug the drain. I would like to refurbish if possible, but so far I can't even figure out what it is I should be looking for. The drain hole diameter is 1-1/4". Any help much appreciated.

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