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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What if I want a faucet to take on the look of something else like a shell or animal or flower for example?

A. Typically, the faucets we fabricate are made from bars of solid brass on metal lathes and milling machines. Machining is the most efficient way to build a faucet. However, if another, more organic shape is desired, then we have these parts cast from molten metal. If a casting is required, a mold needs to be created. This obviously increases the overall cost of a faucet, but is always an option.

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