What do you call this old faucet

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Old 03-10-16, 07:57 PM
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What do you call this old faucet

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It is 5 1/2" to he centers of the stems and the spout in in the center. What is it Name:  image.jpg
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I think that it's called a vertical mounted faucet.
 
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It's called a wall mount lavatory faucet. See link for an example. I wouldn't expect to find these at any typical store.

Kohler K-8040-3A-CP Polished Chrome Triton Wall Mount Bathroom Faucet - Free Metal Pop-Up Drain Assembly with purchase - FaucetDirect.com
 
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I used the Slantback (on a 45 angle) version here, but I donít think these are as good looking as the Kohler set in the previous post.

Union Brass Faucet Ledgeback With Adjustable Centers 6 1/2 to 8 Inches With Pop Up - Locke Plumbing
 
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I think it is called a "time to replace the sink and faucet" set up. Gonna be difficult/expensive finding a replacement and the porcelain on the sink is somewhat compromised. Ouch, saw Brian's link
 
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I've got some of the Valve Seats if you need them . . . . extras left over from searching for parts to a Kaiser Sink and Faucet assembly.

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porcelain on the sink is somewhat compromised. Ouch, saw Brian's link
You're still right Larry. The faucet I linked to is over $200.00 plus tax and shipping. Also the example cannot be shipped to California, it's not a low flow.

Unless OP is trying to maintain some kind of nostalgic look, it's time for this sink to go.
 
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