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Create a look all your own with the Artifacts collection. Timeless and classic in its inspiration, Artifacts allows you to coordinate faucets, accessories, showering, and finishes to express your personal style. This Artifacts valve trim combines quality craftsmanship with a vintage artisan design to lend character and authenticity to your showering space. Pair this trim with a MasterShower® 2- or 3-way transfer or diverter valve to create a personalized shower experience.

Features
  • Features
  • When used with K-728 Series MasterShower diverter valves, handle controls flow to two or three outlets individually or any two outlets at a time.
  • When used with K-737 Series MasterShower diverter valves, handle controls flow to two or three outlets individually or only one outlet at a time.
  • Valve (not supplied) can be configured on site for 2- or 3-outlet operation.
  • Complements Artifacts faucets and accessories.
Material
  • Material
  • KOHLER finishes resist corrosion and tarnishing.
  • Premium material construction with metal handle ensures reliability and durability.
Installation
  • Installation
  • Trim only; requires valve to complete installation (sold separately).
  • Patented K-joint installation technology ensures consistent trim appearance, regardless of variability in valve rough-in.
  • Trim only; requires K-728-K MasterShower® 2- or 3-way transfer valve or K-737-K MasterShower® 2- or 3-way diverter valve (sold separately).

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