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GXYHG Brushed Kitchen Taps Bathroom Waterfall Basin Sink Faucet,

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GXYHG Brushed Kitchen Taps Bathroom Waterfall Basin Sink Faucet,

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Product description

Color:Antique Brass

Finish: Antique Brass
Style: Bathroom Tap
Material: Solid Copper
Valve Type: Ceramic Valve
Number of Handles: Single Handle
Cold and Hot Switch : Yes
Made of solid brass for strength and reliability. The valve is in ceramic, closures without the leak and drops
Single Leveramp;SingleHoleDesign for effortless flow and tempreture control
Waterfall water, water soft, not splashing.
Antique Brass Style Bathroom Taps.It has the classic old-time shape . Suit for your bathroom design.

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