Originally Posted by Pugga
This is if the faucet itself will come out of the porcelain sink, otherwise you're out another $50. Also, some of those old porcelain sinks were built into the countertop so good luck finding one that fits perfectly. If you DO find one that fits, I promise it will be well over $200 for just the sink.
Meh, Still cheaper than hiring someone to fix it.
At any rate, if the OP is living in tract housing, or homes made by a big developer, chances are the sink will be a standard model available at a home improvement store at a reasonable price, if it's custom, then it'll cost more.