Clawfoot Tub Faucet Styles
Clawfoot tub faucet were common in homes in the early 20th century Today, this style of tub is a sentimental favorite, and when purchased new, often quite expensive. There is a permanent market for faucets in a wide variety of style clawfoot tub faucet both old and new. These faucets vary depending on where the taps and pipes are placed, and the style and finish. Gooseneck faucets are normally mounted on the wall of the tub.
The faucet head is raised in a gentle curve to the back of the tub and faucet handles are spaced on each side. This type of valve often has shaped faucet handles or knobs made of porcelain replicate styles of antique taps. A mixing valve in between hot and cold water is mixed. Mounted bath taps traditional join the inside of the clawfoot tub faucet with two handles in the form of cross-up mounted.
The spigot end of the key points downward toward the bottom of the tub. The standard mounted faucet cover is mounted on the top edge of the tub. This tap has an S-shaped pin and handles mounted directly on the valve stem and mixing. Griffin, like other Deck- and taps mounted on the floor, sitting on the edge of the tub.