Top choices: Royal Crown Derby and Samuel Heath partner on collection

British brassware manufacturer Samuel Heath collaborated with Royal Crown Derby to introduce a new collection of Royal Crown Derby bathroom products. The collaboration resulted in a collection of fittings that pair Samuel Heath’s hand finished brassware with Royal Crown Derby’s hand molded and painted fine bone china.

Fine bone china side valves, hand showers and controls, with either gold or platinum decoration, are incorporated into taps for the basin, bidet and bath, both deck and wall mounted, together with exposed and concealed thermostatic showers. Choices for the basin include high and low spouts, available with a choice of lever or cross top controls. For the bath the choice is equally extensive with three hole and four hole options available, as well as a selection of bath/shower mixers. Thermostatically controlled shower valves are available with a variety of controls to operate shower heads and hand showers, while fine bone china tumblers, soap dishes and liquid soap dispensers are included in Samuel Heath’s collection of bathroom accessories.

The Royal Crown Derby collection is available in three finishes. Antique Gold finished brass components are combined with 22-carat gold decoration fired into the fine bone china, and Chrome and Polished Nickel finishes are paired with platinum decoration.

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Since 1820, Samuel Heath has designed and manufactured fine brass fittings in the UK. 

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