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Elizabethan Classics Bradsford 4 in. Minispread 2-Handle Mid-Arc Bathroom Faucet in Satin Nickel

Elizabethan Classics

Bradsford 4 in. Minispread 2-Handle Mid-Arc Bathroom Faucet in Satin Nickel

$220.55 /box
Color/Finish: Satin Nickel
  • Chrome
  • Oil Rubbed Bronze
  • Polished Brass
  • Satin Nickel

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Product Overview

This Bradsford Mini-Widespread Faucet can accent your bathroom with European style and charm. This elegant faucet features solid brass construction, adjustable centers, an all brass pop-up and ceramic disc cartridges. A perfect blend of old world charm and contemporary craftsmanship.

  • Item is in compliance with WaterSense regulation
  • 4 in. to 15 in. adjustable centers
  • 1 in. maximum deck thickness
  • All brass pop-up drain
  • Ceramic disc cartridges

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Rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not Very Good I have just installed it. I expect that it will work OK. However, installing it was difficult for the following reasons. 1. The two valves and spout have no means for centering themselves in the sink holes. you have to align them visually, then hope that they do not move as you continue the installation. 2. The spout takes in hot and cold water through a tee. For 4" centers and the holes close to the bowl, you can't position the tee as designed, which makes connecting the short hoses to the tee and the valves difficult. 3. You need to position the stopper pull rod before you tighten up the spout to make sure you have clearance to get it in the hole, but the rod then is in the way when you try to tighten the nut for the spout. 4. There is an escutcheon for the spout but not the valves. They should have one too, but that would require the valve "bells" to be redesigned. 5. The lever handles are held in place with a set screw. I expect them to come loose and have to be reset frequently. I've installed several Moen faucets, and they are a lot better. I would have bought one, but finding mini widespreads in polished brass is difficult. Kingston Brass has two, but one of them looks like this one. If you can get by with a different style and/or color, get something else. September 1, 2014
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