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Fontaine Riviera Centerset Bathroom Sink Faucet
- Update the look in your bathroom with this European-influenced 4-inch centerset faucet
- With simple clean lines, the Riviera is ideal for any modern decor
- Chrome finish
- 4-inch centerset fits standard 4 inch spread installations
- Elegant design with single post spout
- Optional deck plate allows single or 3 hole installations
- Matching finish 50/50 pop-up drain assembly included
- Solid forged brass underbody
- Precision Machined (Brass Material) lever handles
- Single control ceramic disk valve
- Easy to follow installation instructions
- Available in chrome and oil rubbed bronze
- For you health and safety all Fontaine faucets are certified
- Certifications: ANSI/ASME, CSA, ANSI/NSF, IAPMO/UPC/ADA
- Fits 4-inch centerset holes or single hole
- 7-inch high overall
- 1.75-inch high spout
- 5-inch spout reach
|Dimensions||7 in. H Overall|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Lifetime - Manufacturer|
|Finish||Brass Bronze Chrome|
|Faucet Style||Centerset Single Hole|
|Faucet Set||Bathroom Sets|
|Number of Faucet Installation Hole||Single hole|
|Product Features||ADA Compliant|
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Sleek and substantial european faucet. That is the only problem with it as it is european and installing is a bit difference. My husband installed it so I don't really know other than he made several trips to the hardware store and complained about it being different. But it did get installed and it is working beautifully and looks fantastic.Read More
Great faucet, good quality. I have to call the company because the finish has come off of the front of one of the faucets in one place but I know it has a good warranty. I have had two of these faucets installed and working for about 1.5 years now. I bought them both from Overstock and am very pleased. Installation note- be very sure that you have adequate clearance for the drain pull. We have stone vanity tops and the back splash leaves little room for the drain pull on the faucet. If it's too close, I would recommend purchasing a matching color pop-up drain assembly and just adding the pull on the back of the faucet to complete the look but make it non-functioning. Otherwise, you'll be using some creative language whilst trying to install it.Read More
The faucet installed fairly easily and looks good in our half bath. My only complaint is that the flow restrictor/aerator is 2.2 gpm. Add that to the angle of the faucet and water can splash on you if you aren't careful when first turning it on. I called the company to see about getting a different insert and was told that there is not a lower flow replacement available -- furthermore, a replacement for the stock one is only available through them as it is not a standard size. In any event, the faucet works well, looks nice and seems to be well made. I just wish it conserved a bit more water and didn't splash guests who don't know to start slow!Read More
I love this faucet. There is only one thing I didn't like about it though. In the instructions it says to apply plumbers putty between the escutcheon and the countertop. I did that and the putty left a terrible oil stain on the granite countertop. It was my first time installing granite and I hadn't sealed the surface of it yet. Maybe if you first seal the surface of the granite the oil wouldn't be absorbed. I've read that granite needs sealing every once in a while, so at some point, even if originally sealed before contact with the putty, it would eventually seap through. I don't know, but I took off the faucet, then the putty and then the oil stain with acetone. I sealed the granite and did NOT put the putty back on. The faucet and countertop look great and the faucet works great also..Read More
I ordered two of these faucets and they look fabulous with the copper sinks I ordered from Overstock. Very contemporary with clean lines. Looks very expensive. I'm happy and so is my husband.Read More
I was happy to get the facets. We have the new shallow sinks and they are perfect for the new bath. ThanksRead More
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I'm concerned the popup drain that fits in the sink is an oval shape and may not fit in my sink. Can you give me info?
The pop up drain is round.
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