I stumbled across this pair of vintage Standard pedestal sinks at a salvage store in Seattle. They were taken from a 1928 Tudor style home in the city. I was intrigued by the faucet that seems to be internal to the basin. I have a couple of questions for the forum: 1) how does this faucet layout actually work with modern plumbing attachments or does it need to be reworked? 2) can the internal faucet be bypassed and have a new fixture installed in the center hole? 3) does this style have a name?