Model # K-99262-CP

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KOHLER Artifacts Single-Handle Kitchen Faucet with Swing Spout and Side Sprayer in Polished Chrome


Artifacts Single-Handle Kitchen Faucet with Swing Spout and Side Sprayer in Polished Chrome

$49875 /each

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Polished Chrome
  • Oil-Rubbed Bronze
  • Polished Chrome
  • Vibrant Polished Nickel
  • Vibrant Stainless
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Product Overview

The Artifacts pull down kitchen faucet collection brings you classic designs reimagined in fresh new ways for various task areas of the kitchen. This Artifacts kitchen sink faucet displays vintage style with its high-arch swing spout and turned lever handle. The matched 2-function side spray lets you switch between BerrySoft spray for food prep and Sweep spray for cleaning.

  • Matching 2-function side spray with sweep spray and BerrySoft spray
  • Sweep spray creates a wide, forceful blade of water for superior cleaning
  • BerrySoft is a light spray that gently washes fruits and vegetables
  • High-arch swing spout and 360° spout rotation offer superior clearance for filling pots and cleaning
  • Ceramic disc valves exceed industry longevity standards, ensuring durable performance for life
  • ProMotion technology’s light, quiet braided hose and swiveling ball joint make the pull-down spray head easier and more comfortable to use
  • MasterClean spray face features an easy-to-clean surface that withstands mineral buildup
  • Single lever handle is simple to use and makes adjusting water temperature easy
  • Temperature memory allows faucet to be turned on and off at the temperature set during prior usage
  • Available with 8-1/2 in. swing spout reach
  • 1.8 GPM (gallons per minute) maximum flow rate at 60 PSI
  • Meets CalGreen requirements for kitchen faucets
  • How To Install a Single Handle Kitchen Faucet

Info & Guides

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Connection size (in.)
3/8 In.
Spout Height (in.)


Color Family
Polished Chrome
Faucet Type
Pull Down
No Additional Features
Flow rate (gallons per minute)
Housing Material
Included Components
Side Sprayer
Minimum Sink Holes Required
Mount Location
Deck Mount
Number of Faucet Handles
Single Handle
Spout Reach (in.)
Valve material

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ADA Compliant
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can the handle be put on the left side of the faucet?

Asked by: 6mkl
The spout swings 360^ so I'd say that it can but I did not install one that way.
Answered by: soldbydon
Date published: 2016-08-31

what is the warranty for this faucet

Asked by: le
limited lifetime warranty
Answered by: flyhard
Date published: 2016-11-08

Why does this need two holes?

Asked by: Nicolem
Short answer: one for the faucet, one for the sprayer. (The picture is ambiguous, but they are not touching!)
Answered by: jrg
Date published: 2016-05-25

What is the sprayer made out of - metal or plastic?

Not clear from the description what the separate sprayer is made out of.
Asked by: JB
It is plastic.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-08-10
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Customer Reviews

Artifacts Single-Handle Kitchen Faucet with Swing Spout and Side Sprayer in Polished Chrome is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great faucet Great faucet the only negative is handle can't open all the way towards the back because it hits against my granite bar top so I had to set it a bit sideways to prevent it from hitting edge.
Date published: 2017-06-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I like the design and finish of my new faucets.... I like the design and finish of my new faucets. My plumber was impressed with the quality and ease of installation.
Date published: 2017-03-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The faucet is gorgeous.... The faucet is gorgeous.
Date published: 2017-04-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice product!... Nice product!
Date published: 2017-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exceptional Quality, But Pricey As a professional I see a lot of faucets and this one may qualify as the heaviest, most impressive in appearance I've ever seen. It is a "specifier grade" faucet that normally commands a higher price, and all the complementing Artifacts series faucets are pricey. It is well-made with brass and nickel body construction as opposed to commonly-found plated chrome and plastic. Instructions are excellent; beware that this faucet may require a larger diameter hole in your sink than other faucets so choose your sink carefully - and don't plan on using a metal sink without beefy underside support due to the weight of the faucet. On the downside, the faucet supply lines are a little short at 20" versus the 28" some competitors have so you may need supply line extensions.
Date published: 2016-08-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid and well built. Intuitive. Not crazy about low flow faucets but that can be fixed People laugh at me every time I show them yet another kitchen faucet that I’m trying out for Home Depot’s Seeds program. I’ve tried quite a few and I’m developing a decent feel for what’s out there. My opinions here are honest and absolutely not influenced by the fact that I received the faucet for free. In fact, the previous faucets are in boxes in the basement. I just enjoy trying new things in search of the perfect whatever. YES OR NO – If you like the design, you should be very pleased with this faucet. It’s well built and handsome. The Sweep Spray feature really sets the sprayer apart. Yes I feel that this faucet is worth the price. The only thing I’d count against my final rating is a leaky sprayer, but read on for details on that. APPEARANCE – Bold. Clean. Stylish. Substantial. It looks and feels like a quality faucet. More so than one half the price would, as more material is present. Again, the fit and finish are what you’d expect for a faucet in the price range. Absolutely no complaints about the appearance, materials or build quality. While not an appearance detail, there’s one really interesting thing about this faucet that I’ve never seen before. Water does not travel inside the neck directly (as in a pipe). Rather, it’s contained in a plastic hose. If you take the aerator off a powerful stream of water shoots straight down from the neck. The picture on the website is quite confusing. It makes it seem like the sprayer head is attached to the neck. Look carefully and you’ll notice that the sprayer is well behind the faucet, mounted off to the side. OPERATION – Let’s get this out of the way first. I was disappointed by the low flow. I looked up the specs on this and my previous faucet and was surprised by the seemingly small difference on paper, but the noticeable difference in use. My old one was 1.86 GPM, while this one is 1.8 GPM. My laymen theory is that manufacturers are reducing water flow to meet California codes, and making the rest of the Country abide by the same flow rates. While I suspect that in the future we will only vaguely remember the good old days of high flow, due to ever-increasing water demands, for now I want my flow! I know for a fact that this problem can easily and cheaply be remedied by replacing the aerator. I used one from another faucet (2.5 GPM) and it’s MUCH better for me now. The neck is reasonably tight and easy to steer. While ultra-low water flow is a bit tricky (if you want a drip), it’s not bad and in regular use the lever is intuitive. It takes no thought to get water while you’re busy in the kitchen. I’ve had faucets that I would sometimes struggle a bit with the lever orientation, but not with this one. The lever and valve work smoothly and positively. The faucet is a pleasure to operate. SPRAYER – There’s a lot to talk about for the sprayer. First, it’s plastic. I’ve yet to see a metal sprayer and I just don’t get it. To have such a beautiful, heavy faucet that gives you one feel, alongside a light, plastic sprayer that provides completely different feedback doesn’t sit well with me. But they all do it, so I’m not taking anything off for that. The sprayer does NOT have a weight. This is the second faucet I’ve seen like this. The first time I, I used a weight from the previous faucet, thinking I needed it. This time around I am trying it without the weight. The sprayer hose is interesting. Rather than being the typical braided steel, this one is lightweight, braided black nylon. It’s attractive and won’t ever rust, but I have no way of predicting how it will hold up. I would definitely not want to put a weight on it to scrape back and forth for years. I don’t mind using this sprayer without a weight. It works fine and I don’t have to try to replace it in the base – it just goes there intuitively. Interestingly, there is a swivel fitting the bottom of the base, which improves the maneuverability. I like it. The regular spray is typical and I won’t go into it. I REALLY like the power rinse (they call it sweep spray) function. It does not disappoint. Personally I find it a little awkward to maneuver my thumb up to it while simultaneously squeezing the sprayer, but I wouldn’t take anything off the rating for that. I really like this spray mode. It’s strong, it’s concentrated and it does work, even on dishes that have been sitting. It works really well forcing food around the sink and into the drain. A big hit in the house. My Wife for whatever reason has a problem with the sprayer engaging and spraying her when she grabs it. She definitely grabs it differently than I do, finding it easy to squeeze the level inadvertently. My one complaint about my sprayer is that it leaks a little if I seat it aggressively. If I just wiggle it, it leaks. It doesn’t continue to leak, mind you. The problem is water forcibly splashed out of it when jolting it. Once seated it will not leak. My previous faucet had a leaky sprayer and they sent me a new one, which was perfectly tight. I did email Kohler, and am waiting to hear back on this. INSTALLATION - This was about a five minute install for me, as I have a temporary countertop installed, plus I’m getting good at it after so much practice. Modern faucets are so much easier to install! The included hoses with this are already attached inside the head and are marked hot and cold. The sprayer is easy to hook up to the head, as well. You won’t even need instructions for this. The faucet is held on with one large brass bolt and set screws. You don’t really need a special wrench because of the screws. You can just get the brass bolt close by hand and then tighten the two phillips screws, which does the final lock down.
Date published: 2016-08-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from gorgeous After much research, I was pleased to see high ratings for Kohler faucets. And I am very pleased with the performance of this set. It coordinates well with my my kitchen, and the height of the spout allows me to easily fill tall containers and cooking pots. I particularly like the handle that has a temperature 'memory.' The hand held sprayer with either a wide spray or softer berry spray is another great feature.
Date published: 2016-09-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Functional Art, even if a bit pricey A beautiful faucet that will definitely make a statement in the kitchen. The single handle design is great. I can turn on the water and adjust the temperature with my pinky or the back of my hand. For me a single handle is a must for a kitchen faucet. It has temperature memory which just means it will remain at the same temp if you pull the handle straight out. The lever can be mounted left, right or center which is a great option. A great faucet for an island sink because the swing spout swivels 360 degrees. Useful for filling pots opposite the sink without the need to use the side spray put the pot in the sink or hold it in the air while it fills. I go with a Nickel finish on all my faucets and towel bars etc now. They are a bit darker and just look more expensive. At almost $400 this one better. it does not disappoint The design is subtle which I really like. Makes an elegant statement. I also like the side spray. I think these will make a come back as they are more versatile with the longer hose. This model has the berry spray which is very soft for washing berries, It works fine. The blade spray is also good but watch out! It is very powerful. The side spray hose is black braid instead of the typical metal seen on most newer faucets. At first I was disappointed but now it doesn’t bother me. For one it is quieter than the metal as it slides in and out of the base. 2nd it is actually striking to have the black hose contrast against the chrome. Although you don’t see the hose unless it is in use. Another reviewer mentioned it may eventually wear through the braid being fabric. it could be an issue if the underside of your sink has sharp edges. Assembly is the same as other faucets I have assembled in the past couple of years. They are really quite simple. Although even the cheaper faucets appear to have the same plastic components as these expensive faucets. I have cracked one plastic hose connection already. Luckily I was able to fix it or the entire faucet would be worthless. None of my faucets are over 7 years old so hard to tell how long these new ceramic disk valves will last. So far they are all working like new. The cartridge style faucets had a tendency to get sticky and harder to turn after about 5 years. My only complaint is there is no base plate included. it is another $43 on Home Depot. At this price range I would expect it be included. Or at least given for free if requested with proof of purchase.
Date published: 2016-08-19
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