KC10WH Ceramic Belfast sink
The KC10WH is a Belfast style, white ceramic sink with traditional weir overflow READ MORE.... It is made from handmade fireclay and is naturally hard wearing to withstand tough use in the kitchen, complementing your modern kitchen perfectly.... READ LESS...
KC11WH Ceramic Belfast style sink
The KC11WH is a Belfast style, white ceramic sink. It is made from handmade fire READ MORE...clay and is naturally hard wearing to withstand tough use in the kitchen, complementing your modern kitchen perfectly.... READ LESS...
KC12WH Ceramic Belfast style double bowl sink
The KC12WH is a double bowl Belfast style ceramic sink. It is made from handmade READ MORE... fireclay and is naturally hard wearing to withstand tough use in the kitchen, complementing your modern kitchen perfectly.... READ LESS...
KC23WH Ceramic single bowl sink
The KC23WH is a traditional single bowl ceramic sink. It is made from handmade f READ MORE...ireclay and is naturally hard wearing to withstand tough use in the kitchen, complementing your modern kitchen perfectly.... READ LESS...
KC24WH Ceramic one and a half bowl sink
The KC24WH is a traditional one and a half bowl ceramic sink. It is made from ha READ MORE...ndmade fireclay and is naturally hard wearing to withstand tough use in the kitchen, complementing your modern kitchen perfectly.... READ LESS...
KC42WH Ceramic undermount single bowl sink
The KC42WH is a medium sized, ceramic undermount single bowl sink. It is made fr READ MORE...om handmade fireclay and is naturally hardwearing to withstand tough use in the kitchen, complementing your modern kitchen perfectly.... READ LESS...
KC73WH Ceramic single bowl sink
The KC73WH is a designer ceramic single bowl sink. It is made from handmade fire READ MORE...clay and is naturally hard wearing to withstand tough use in the kitchen, complementing your modern kitchen perfectly.... READ LESS...
Ceramic Kitchen Sinks from CDA
Smooth, easy to clean, heatproof and finished by hand, our traditionally made ceramic sinks look stunning against worktops and brushed nickel kitchen taps.
Made from hand-fired clay, ceramic kitchen sinks have many coveted natural properties.
Their glazed finish makes them naturally stain and scratch-resistant while being heat resistant and suitable for warm pans and oven trays.
Often seen in traditional kitchen designs, ceramic sinks lend themselves to the hardworking baker’s kitchen or the warm family home where Sunday roasts are a time for everyone to gather together.
Ceramic Kitchen Sinks In The Size You Want
We have created models with a single bowl and a draining board, bowl and a half design with a draining board as well as the more traditional Belfast style that you’d tend to associate with ceramic. All styles are practical and hard wearing.
There are also undermount ceramic sink designs that are perfect for those that want uninterrupted work surface lines. If you want to know more about undermount sinks, have a look at our undermount sink guide.
Our Belfast models add a traditional touch to the kitchen, with the KC10 ceramic Belfast sink featuring the familiar side overflow weir and a deep bowl that is synonymous with a classic country kitchen look. We also offer a double bowl Belfast sink which really is a show stopper and creates a great focal point.
Belfast sinks look particularly good when combined with a bridge mixer tap. And more than simply looking great, it functions brilliantly too. The spout sits directly over the centre of your sink for easy pasta water, hand washing and vegetable preparation.
Want something a little more contemporary? We’ve got you covered with our modern ceramic sink with clean edges and smooth lines, as well as our ceramic sink with a ridged drainer – both styles are available in single and bowl and a half configurations, they’re also reversible so can be left or right hand mounted for complete flexibility. You can have the best of both worlds with the smooth white, hard wearing characteristics of ceramic whilst maintaining a modern look.
Ceramic Sinks With Strainer Waste Kits
All our sinks come with suitable strainer waste plugs. These are especially useful as they work as an effective plug when pushed into the plughole but also as a sieve for your plumbing – collecting vegetable peelings, food particles, dirt and anything else that you don’t want to slip down the plughole to cause a blockage.
Handmade Ceramic Sinks Designed to Stand Out
It is important to be aware that, due to the handmade nature of our ceramic range, you can expect to see slight variations in shape, surface and size. Although minute, these variations are natural and part of the unique beauty of the product.
Our ceramic range deserves to stand out as a feature in your kitchen. Choose a complementing bridge or swan neck kitchen mixer tap to make the most of the design and accompany it with granite-style or wooden worktops to complete the look.
Are ceramic sinks the best?
A ceramic kitchen sink is a worthwhile investment. It certainly isn’t the cheapest option for your kitchen sink, but it has a timeless elegance that will bring personality and style to any kitchen. From a deep Belfast through to a more typical one and a half bowl ceramic sink with drainer, that crisp white surface is eye catching wherever it sits.
As well as being an attractive option, ceramic sinks have plenty of practical benefits too. From their easy-clean surface to their long lifespans, there are many reasons to call ceramic sinks the best.
Do ceramic kitchen sinks chip easily?
Though they can chip, a well made ceramic sink will have a robust surface with thick glazing that is easy to maintain and can stand up to the stresses of everyday kitchen life. They are resistant to permanent stains, making them a breeze to clean and they can last a lifetime if looked after properly.
How do you get stains out of a ceramic sink?
The bright, brilliant white surface of a ceramic sink is always an impressive thing to behold. But over time the snowy sheen can start to fade, with stains or limescale dulling its surface.
Fill your sink with a mix of white vinegar and water and leave it to sit for an hour to break down any tough residue that has built up, then wipe down with ordinary washing up liquid and a non-abrasive sponge to finish it off.
For more help on how to get your CDA ceramic sink clean, check out our sink cleaning tips. Try not to break out the harsh chemicals or scratchy sponges too often – this can damage the surface of a ceramic sink over time.
Have a question about ceramic kitchen sinks?
If you have any unanswered questions about ceramic sinks or any other product from our kitchen sink range, you can check out our kitchen sink buying guides for more support.
And if this section doesn’t provide the answers you need, you can always contact our customer service team who’ll be happy to help.