Lefroy Brooks introduces Ten Ten, a new range of bathroom fittings and fixtures inspired by the industrial age of the 1920s. The range consists of brass components stripped of pretense, engineered and manufactured solely for the standardized delivery of water.
Iconic turbine handwheels are mounted to forged water valves and pipework connections. Plumbed spouts and bath shower mixers are constructed in durable bridge arrangements. Thermostatic shower systems are offered in concealed and exposed formats. Robust accessories complete the range.
From its archives, Lefroy Brooks has produced a historically referenced series of bathrooms from each decade of the 20th century – from the tap’s domestic origins in the late Victorian era through to the beginning of a new millennium. All taps are cast, forged, polished and assembled by hand. Goods cover brassware, chinaware, baths and stone consoles.
Ten Ten, the latest offering, encapsulates a machine age – a future that was made by the engineers and rigorously applied across the decades.