Who Invented the Sink?

Answer

A guy named Austin L. Richmond invented the sink during the 1920's, when he was 10 years old! This just goes to show you can do anything at any age!
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1 Additional Answer
The sink was invented before recorded history. No one knows who first put water in a bowl and called it a sink. Some will claim that it was invented by the person who invented the first water closet or the first indoor plumbing which was the Greeks and the Romans.
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