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A basin mixer tap featuring our signature swan-neck spout made from solid brass with countless finish and tap-head options. The Swan Deck Mounted Basin Mixer and its wall-mounted counterpart are as elegant as they are high-performing.
All of our natural finishes will vary in appearance. Renders are representative only and are not a true reflection of the final product.
With its stylish curves and high-quality finishes, The Swan Basin Mixer collection is as contemporary as it is traditional. Each design features a solid brass swan-neck tap duo with countless finish options and a chic tap head choice to complement your existing design and metalwork.
The Swan Deck Mounted Basin Mixer’s swivel spout is elegant and refined, with sophisticated curved mountings at its base.
The Swan Wall Mounted Swan Basin Mixer is a must for modern bathrooms. A design with a space-saving wall-mounted fixing, it’s chic, sleek and functional.
Both designs unite function with style to create a tap that stands the test of time while providing a sleek addition to your decor. Finish options include aged/brushed/polished brass, black/brushed/silver nickel, brushed chrome, or chrome plate.
Tap head styles include The Solheim, La Fontaine, La Loire and The English. The Solheim Lever is suitable for modern and rough luxe settings. La Fontaine features a chic ceramic lever, kiln-fired with a unique crackle glaze finish, for an authentically aged appearance. This option is also available with a glossy black finish.
The La Loire tap head features a distinctive French 19th-century appearance with drooped handles and crackle glazed ceramic indices. The text on the indices showcases ‘chaud’ and froid’, French for hot and cold.
The English tap originates from an Edwardian design with classic capstan hand wheels, featuring crackle glazed ceramic indices for an authentically aged appearance. The writing on the indices comes with the traditional ‘hot’ and ‘cold.
All of our luxury taps range feature quarter-turn disc mechanisms within each individual tap.