Perrin & Rowe Edwardian High Neck Widespread Lavatory Faucet

Perrin & Rowe Edwardian High Neck Widespread Lavatory Faucet

Model: U.3761X-APC-2 | View Full Collection

Finish: Polished Chrome
APC (Polished Chrome)
EB (English Bronze)
EG (English Gold)
PN (Polished Nickel)
STN (Satin Nickel)

X (Edwardian Cross Handle)

ROHL Perrin & Rowe Collection

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.

ROHL Perrin & Rowe Edwardian Era Bath

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.

Edwardian Baroque or the “grand style” celebrated feminine, delicate forms. The designs tend toward whimsical ornamentation, taking some influence from Art Nouveau.
Made in Great Britain, using regionally sourced solid brass and ceramic components, by craftsmen using time honored hand casting and polishing techniques.
  • Fixed spout
  • Brass construction
  • 2 x 1 1/8" hole cutouts, 1 x 1 3/8" hole cutout
  • Ceramic disc control cartridges
  • 1.2 GPM
  • 1/2" NPSM connections
  • Includes both porcelain and metal lever inserts for U.3760L
  • 1 1/2" max. depth on deck
Hole Configuration
Mounting Location
Installation Type
High Neck
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Manuals & Support
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