The process of creating the Olympia round concrete and brass taps involves pouring concrete into custom made moulds to set. The concrete is then painstakingly finished to ensure the highest quality. These pieces are fitted inside brass encasings. Utilising top of the range 1/2 turn ceramic disc spindles, the taps have a brass backplate. Olympia concrete taps require a plumber to ensure installation is spot on. Olympias are designed to complement any of our range of spouts - sold separately, or contact us for a package price.
Is concrete right for me? The natural finish on concrete pieces gives a smooth but textured finish; hairline cracks and variations in colour and texture appear throughout - this is inherent in the design and does not impact the function or durability. We will never send out any products that do not meet our strict standards of quality.
All our brass products are available in raw brass, sealed brass or colour-plated brass. Raw brass will naturally patina over time and create changes in shine and colour; sealed brass will stay brighter and shinier. This product is also available in an aged brass finish - an agent has been applied to accelerate the patina process, creating a dark dusty finish. Got another colour in mind? Get in touch - custom plated colours available, price on application.
Handles: 50mm diamater x 50mm depth
Two-piece Backplates: 100mm x 50mm x 3mm (+/-3mm) each
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