Polished Chrome Perrin & Rowe Georgian Era Exposed Wall Mount Tub Filler With Handshower with Georgian Era Cross Handle

ROHL U3007X1APC
Georgian Era Collection

Available in 5 Color(s)

Features

  • Cross handles with lever handle on diverter
  • 1/4-turn ceramic disc control cartridge
  • Unique handle fixing clip, engineered to increase the life of the cartridge
  • Fixed spout

Quick Specs

  • Type: Tub / Shower Faucets

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The Perrin & Rowe Georgian Kitchen Series draws its inspiration from the period between the early 1700's and mid-1800's when four successive King Georges ruled England. Collectively they had a profound influence on architecture, art, fashion and the decorative arts. The hallmarks of the era are exquisite proportion and balance, formal detail, and a bow to classic ancient Greek architecture. Made in England, the faucets, accessories and showers are made of solid brass, by craftsmen who lay there hands on every steps of the process from casting through plating and finishing.

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Available Handles
  • X - Georgian Era Style Cross Handle

Features

  • Cross handles with lever handle on diverter
  • 1/4-turn ceramic disc control cartridge
  • Unique handle fixing clip, engineered to increase the life of the cartridge
  • Fixed spout
  • Brass construction
  • Vacuum breaker not included; order V00275 if required
  • 3/4" NPT inlets
  • 19 GPM at 40 PSI
  • Kit includes:
  • - U.3019X Tub Filler
  • - U.5380LS Handshower/cradle
  • - U.6381 Wall Unions

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