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The Ten Ten range of industrial taps, showers and accessories in our new Taunton finish. The beaten brass look compliments the no-nonsense, functional aesthetic of the range. The brass is left un-lacquered to age naturally after installation. Untouched areas will darken. Hand held elements like the handwheels and levers will eventually be brought back towards the original natural brass colour. The patina develops and matures over time.

See the Ten Ten range here

ISH 2017

Slane Lefroy Brooks


Lefroy Brooks will be returning to ISH, Frankfurt, Germany.
14th - 18th March 2017.
You will find us at Stand G52, Hall 4.1.
We look forward to seeing you there!

Ten Ten - Our new industrial 1920 range

Slane Lefroy Brooks

Ten Ten - our new range of industrial, machine age taps.
It has its origins in the ‘B.S. 1010’ plumbing standard, developed to provide a universal discipline across the British Empire and subsequently the Commonwealth.
Iconic turbine handwheels are attached to forged water valves and pipework connections.
Basin spouts and bath shower mixers are arranged in functional bridge constructions.
Shower systems are available in concealed and exposed formats.
Robust bathroom accessories complete the range.
All products are available in silver nickel, natural brass and chrome.


Fifth – Our new 1940 range


Introducing Fifth – our new 1940 range.
Silver nickel plated brass, inlaid with panels of hand applied black lacquer.
The range includes taps, showers and bathroom accessories.
Here we see a detail of the Fifth deck mounted basin set with single plinth.

New Marble Consoles


Introducing our range of Marble Consoles.
A detail of the Edwardian console.
Silver nickel plated, turned solid brass leg. Matte, acid etched Carrara marble.