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I purchased one of those irridized glass bowl sinks and a fancy designer faucet online. We took and existing hand painted cabinet and cut the necessary holes in it to plumb it to be the sink.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/20261001@N08/3439630464/in/set-72157616633534751/lightbox/

The faucet only lasted a couple of years, it was fragile in design. Last year I bought one of those dolphin shaped faucets on EBay to replace it with, and it has worked great. O like it even better than the flying saucer one, it looks like the dolphin is leaping into the bowl. The only cautionary measure I can offer is that we found the instructions incomprehensible and some of the parts non-standard on both faucets. Since my house is almost 100 years old and everything in it was hand built, we are used to compensating for non-standard parts when doing plumbing or other home improvements. But it takes a bit of imagination.

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This is the dolphin faucet I bought. It is not the prettiest of the choices, but it fit in my space and was a good price:
http://tinyurl.com/3n9rr8e