|Brand||RohlShop All Rohl|
|Collection||Perrin and Rowe-KitchenShop All Perrin and Rowe-Kitchen|
This stylish faucet is a part of the Edwardian characterized Perrin & Rowe collection. Elegance ruled the Edwardian Era and is conveyed in the refined taste and sophistication apparent in this bridge faucet which beautifully complements any traditional kitchen. The simply elegant faucet comes with a hot and cold mix side spray and the option for either lever or cross handles. It is available in numerous finishes including polished chrome, polished nickel, satin nickel, inca brass and English bronze. Let your kitchen reflect your cultured style.
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|Distance from Aerator to Deck||10.875|
|Faucet Type||Primary Kitchen Faucet|
|Style and Installation||Bridge Faucet|
|Collection||Perrin and Rowe-Kitchen|
|Number of Faucet Holes||2|
|Handle Style||Cross |
|Ceramic Disc Cartridge||Yes|
If this faucet is shipping to California or Vermont we will order it for you as code compliant from Rohl.
Yes, the cross handle includes a porcelain index. One index says "Hot" and the other says "Cold". They also have the words "Perrin & Rowe" on the index.
The overall faucet height is 16 3/8"
I hesitated before spending so much on my kitchen faucet but no regrets. It's beautiful visually and functionally! High quality product, including the side spray, which is solid brass, unlike a lot of other brands which provide plastic side sprays. I am very happy with this purchase. And Quality Bath was excellent to work with, responsive and product was delivered when promised and well packaged.
I love my Rohl Perrin and Rowe faucet. It is beautiful, elegant, and still sturdy.
I had this faucet installed 7 years ago in polished nickel. I loved it then and I love it now. It was quite a splurge to spend this much on a kitchen faucet, but I have never regretted it. It was worth every penny and what is just as important as how good it looks it how well it is made. I am here buying a little part for it. If it were a cheaper faucet I'd be buying a whole new faucet, because you can't buy parts for cheap faucets! What I would highly recommend, if you choose polished nickel, is keeping a wax on it and being careful NEVER to allow an acid to hit it or sit on the finish. I wipe it down everyday and polish it to keep it looking nice. I do dishes all the time and use my sink a lot and I am careful of the finish. I have hard water and it is hard to keep the nickel finish from eventually getting damaged by it. But it is still beautiful and only I notice it. I have a country farmhouse kitchen and this faucet could easily be used in a more traditional or modern design--it's very versatile.
Looks great, works great....really strong sidespray. Absolutely gorgeous.