Vintage Kitchen Faucets

Vintage kitchen faucets were diverse in look and function already by the twenties. There were a number of interesting configurations and some beautiful designs. There were faucets with and without soap dishes. A few were equipped with early hand held hose mounted spray heads that were controlled by a third handle on the faucet. There was even a few that had a third inlet for ice water and a third handle to control that flow separately.  

Here is a Briggs wall hung kitchen sink faucet. 

This faucet is entirety rebuilt, it has new seats installed and the stems are new as well. All packings and seals are fresh. It is available as is or can be replated in polished nickel. The soap dish lifts off easily for cleaning. I have many more photos of it.

Here is another rebuilt wall hung kitchen sink faucet. This is an American standard RE-NU. The seats and stems for this faucet are still available. RE-NU seats, when replaced, provide a new female thread for the new stem so the faucet need never wear out.

Crane used mid-century motifs longer than anyone else. This triple supply deck mount faucet's design is right in the heart of the mid century movement. The third inlet was meant for ice water but now it would be an excellent way to provide filtered water. This faucet is new old stock and in it's original box. I can also get the new ceramic disc cartridges that replace the old Dial-Eze cartridges.

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