Since the mid 1800’s when decorative plumbing was first introduced, Great Britain has played a significant role in the design, engineering and materials used to make faucets, fixtures and fittings for the kitchen and bath. Materials and know-how like the use of heavy Fireclay and solid brass casting made England an important influence. Today only a few British brassware and sanitary ware makers remain.
Inspired by the grand estates and town houses of Great Britain’s Edwardian period, the ROHL Perrin & Rowe Edwardian Bath Faucet Series is marked with iconic Baroque details.
Named for King Edward VII the style was in vogue in early 20th century England.