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Our Bath Tap Collection

With different plumbing styles to suit all tastes, our range of luxury bath taps comes in floor-standing, wall-mounted, and deck-mounted options. Finished in any of our brassware finishes, we also have five tap head styles to choose from in both traditional English and elegant French designs.

Traditional and timeless, but with all the design qualities to suit a modern bathroom. Our brass bath tap collection is manufactured with precision and offers a number of decadent finishes to complement your decor.

Beautifully created, all our bath shower mixers feature modern technology allied to traditional design. Manufactured from solid brass and hand-finished at our Kent Workshops in the UK and are available on our signature floorplate for maximum stability. This decadent design is made from solid brass and is available as either a wall-mounted or deck-mounted option.

Finished in aged/brushed/polished brass our gold bath taps add a touch of elegance to any bathroom. If you’re looking for more of a modern touch to your bathroom the black/brushed/silver nickel, brushed chrome, or chrome plate options will be more to your taste.

We offer tap heads including 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 head is perfect if you’re looking to style Edwardian bath taps. Designed 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.


How can I be sure that taps and fittings are suitable for use?

It is best to purchase products that are certified for use in The UK. Taps that have been certified by an authority under the Water Regulation Approval Scheme are best. All of our taps and showers are WRAS certified.

I have used a bath shower mixer on standpipes before and it was unstable. How can I prevent this from happening?

We manufacture a dedicated floor-plate from solid brass that ensures your taps will not wobble and also facilitates an easier installation.

How are taps actually made?

Taps are manufactured from brass. Some parts are cast in a foundry, other parts are machined and pieces like spouts can be made from pipe. These are all hand polished and then electroplated in their final finish.

Can I use a mixer tap for an overhead shower?

This is certainly possible but it will not be thermostatically controlled. You will only be able to adjust the temperature manually and there will not be an anti-scald cut out fitted. So it is not ideal.

What is the most durable finish for taps?

Chrome is the hardest finish applied to taps and is most resistant to heavy cleaners and limescale.

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