Vintage wall hung sink mounting help

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smorrison0702

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Hi all,

I picked up what appears to be a wall hung vintage sink made by Richmond and am planning to install it in a bathroom. The bathroom is not yet sheetrocked so I have access to studs and can add blocking as necessary. I’ve searched around for how to install a sink like this but haven’t come up with anything obvious. Judging from
the lip on the sides it might have rested partially on a counter top, and it looks like there are holes underneath where mounting brackets or other hardware could be installed. I can create a makeshift stand for it (it’s an garage bathroom, nothing fancy), but would prefer to have it hung from the wall as the space is quite limited in the bathroom.

Thanks in advance for your suggestions!

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Jeff H Young

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looks like 2 sink brackets or a single of the correct spread would / might work for wall hanging. also could build sort of a carrier too me using something like that in an informal setting like a garage doesn't have to be too elegant I really like to see that re used
 
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