The Solheim Lever is turned from solid brass at our engineering workshops in Kent. Suitable for modern and Rough Luxe settings.
La Fontaine features a chic ceramic lever, fired in our own kiln with a unique crackle glaze finish, for an authentically aged appearance.
La Fontaine Noire
La Fontaine Noire is a sophisticated black ceramic lever with a smooth glossy appearance suitable for more contemporary installations.
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 is in French - ‘CHAUD’ and ‘FROID’.
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’.
tap and shower finishes
Brass that has been tarnished to resemble the look of aged brass, having a matt bronze appearance.
Copper plating that has been tarnished to resemble copper that has dulled over time, with deep russet tones.
Introducing our latest metal finish, Black Nickel has a burnt nickel appearance, resembling the colour of pewter. This minimal finish sits equally well in both contemporary or rustic settings.
Having the same effect as brushed nickel, brushed brass has a very sophisticated pale matt gold appearance.
Chrome that has been brushed to a matt finish, has a contemporary steel-like appearance.
Brushed nickel has silver matt appearance, where the nickel plating has been hand polished with an abrasive brush to remove its lustrious shine.
Used extensively in today’s modern fittings, this highly polished and durable finish has a tinge of blue.
Solid brass that has been buffed and polished to a very high sheen. Unlacquered brass will tarnish over time, so a reasonable amount cleaning is required. If allowed to oxidise it will develop an aged patina.
Silver nickel has a golden silver hue, resembling real silver and is much warmer in tone than chrome.