Lutyens in the details » Brass taps mounted on the teak sink, next to a grantie window surround, in the Butler’s Pantry at Castle Drogo. ©National Trust Images/Dennis Gilbert

Brass taps mounted on the teak sink, next to a grantie window surround, in the Butler's Pantry at Castle Drogo. ©National Trust Images/Dennis Gilbert

Brass taps mounted on the teak sink, next to a grantie window surround, in the Butler’s Pantry at Castle Drogo. ©National Trust Images/Dennis Gilbert

Brass taps on the teak sink, against the granite window, in the Butler’s Pantry at Castle Drogo, Devon.


3 Responses to “Brass taps mounted on the teak sink, next to a grantie window surround, in the Butler’s Pantry at Castle Drogo. ©National Trust Images/Dennis Gilbert”

  1. John Martin Says:

    Good old taps, a pleasure to behold.
    Where may I get some ?
    Regards
    J Martin

  2. Emile de Bruijn Says:

    My apologies for the delay in replying. I am glad you like the taps! I have sent a message to my curator colleagues as to where suppliers of authentic or good repro Edwardian kitchen taps might be found, and I will report back.

  3. Emile de Bruijn Says:

    One of my colleagues suggests Bristan (www.bristan.com), who produce Edwardian-style taps in chrome, brass and even gold.

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