|Drain Assembly Included||Yes|
|Faucet Type||Bathroom Sink Faucet|
|Flow Rate (GPM)||2.2|
|Low Lead Compliant||Yes|
|Max Deck Thickness||1.375|
|Number Of Handles||2|
|Valve Type||Ceramic Disc|
Double Handle Centerset Bathroom Faucet with Porcelain Levers
Classic and elegant the Centerset Faucet line combines beauty and grace into one uniquely beautiful package.
- Centerset Faucet Features
- Porcelain Lever Handles
- 3-1/4" Spout Height
- 4-1/2" Spout Reach
- 1/2" IP Inlets
- Ceramic Disc Cartridges
- Metal Pop-up Drain Included
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Our SKU: ECCS02
This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
- Oil Rubbed Bronze
- Polished Brass
- Polished Chrome
- Satin Nickel
- Weathered Copper
*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued
2 Questions from the Community
The Elizabethan Classics ECCS02 comes with three finish options, whichever finish you choose they all come with the porcelain lever handles. But they look like the picture shown. The porcelain is only on the handle.
I see in the picture that this sink comes with nickel handles, but the description says that it comes with porcelain handles. Does it come with those handles?
A. The Elizabethan Classics ECCS02 comes with three finish options, whichever finish you choose they all come with the porcelain lever handles. But they look like the picture shown. The porcelain is only on the handle.
unfortunately, they do not come in an off white finish. You could choose the ECCS01 that is the metal finished faucet instead.
We are getting a off white undermount sink - was wondering if the handles came in a different finish such as an offwhite to match closer to the bowl?
A. unfortunately, they do not come in an off white finish. You could choose the ECCS01 that is the metal finished faucet instead.
Elizabethan Classics Centerset Collection
All items are warranted to be free of manufacturing, material, and mechanical defects for a period of 5 years from date of purchase, when properly installed by a qualified, licensed plumber.