Plug 3-1/2” for kitchen sinks 950.5554.xx

950.5554.xx

Plug 3-1/2” with ceramic indice (only with the chrome plug).

Technical information

Available in: Chrome - Polished Nickel - Raw Brass – Polished Brass – Brushed Brass – Antique Gold – Light Bronze Plated – Brushed Chrome – Gold Brass – English Gold – Brushed Nickel - Copper Plated – Tuscan Brass – Matt Black – Matt White – Brushed Dark Bronze – Old Iron – Brushed Black Nickel – Dark Bronze – 24k Gold – 24k Rose Gold

Extra information: not applicable

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Available finishes Traditional

Available finishes Traditional

Chrome - CR Chrome - CR
Polished Nickel - NL Polished Nickel - NL
Raw Brass - OG Raw Brass - OG
Polished Brass - OL Polished Brass - OL
Brushed Brass - OS Brushed Brass - OS
Antique Gold - AG Antique Gold - AG
Light Bronze - BZ Light Bronze - BZ
Brushed Chrome - CB Brushed Chrome - CB
Gold Brass - GB Gold Brass - GB
English Gold - GF English Gold - GF
Brushed Nickel - NS Brushed Nickel - NS
Copper Plated - RA Copper Plated - RA
Tuscan Brass - TB Tuscan Brass - TB
Matt Black - CLN Matt Black - CLN
Matt White - CLB Matt White - CLB
Brushed Dark Bronze - DBM Brushed Dark Bronze - DBM
Old Iron - FV Old Iron - FV
Brushed Black Nickel - NKN Brushed Black Nickel - NKN
Dark Bronze - DB Dark Bronze - DB
24k Gold - GO 24k Gold - GO
24k Rose Gold - RG 24k Rose Gold - RG

Extra information

Different finitions belong to the category “Finishing changes and discolours over time”. This means the finition is a “Living Colour” and will discolour and / or change through the months / years. No varnish is applied to these finitions: they age in an ‘elegant way’. This effect creates a unique and distinctive faucet

The following colours are subject to this phenomenon:

  • Brushed Nickel (NL): The colour becomes more matt and can develop black spots.
  • Raw Brass (OG): The colour will become darker, the parts that are often touched get a patina.
  • Polished Brass (OL): The colour will become darker, the parts that are often touched get a patina.
  • Brushed Brass (OS): The colour will become darker, the parts that are often touched get a patina.
  • Brushed Nickel (NS): The colour becomes more matt and can develop black spots.
  • Tuscan brass (TB): With the parts that are often touched, the finish fades, making the brass visible. Obtain a patina.