Plumbing

Plumbing

Plumbing is a specialty.  Our focus is Standard and Crane brands with items spanning the early 1900s through the 1960s.  Our plumbing can be sold ready for installation.

Know that because our specialty is plumbing, we are very diligent about the historical appropriateness of the projects we sell to.  WE DO NOT HAVE A SHOWROOM.  Give us information about your home (year and architectural style) and we will help you with what is historically appropriate for your home.  If you already have original plumbing, we will either match or base the needed plumbing from your pre-existing pieces. 


We may sell plumbing ready for installation or as individual parts.  Though we focus on Standard and Crane, we also carry parts from an array of brands including: Apex, Atlas, Broughton, Burlington, Central Brass, Chicago, Douglas, Empire, Federal, Fisher, Gopher, Glauber, Kohler, Meyer, Milwaukee, Mueller, Neuton, NonCo, Obendorf, Pacific, Peerless, Price Pfister, PubCo, Quick Compression, Repcal, Republic, Scoville, Speakman, Sphinx, Stebbins, Sterling, Universal, and Wolverine.

We understand that older plumbing may not be environmentally friendly.  We may be able to make alterations to use less water for your older plumbing.

Note:  the images below are for illustrative purposed and are used to portray the age of our vast inventory.

A contact form is at the bottom of this page.


LAVATORIES

* Note that "sinks" are not the same as "lavatories". 

Pedestal

Wall Hung

Hudee Rim (metal rim or tile in)

Undermount

BATHS/TUBS

Footed

Pedestal

Corner

Drop-In

Alcove

Neo-Angle 

High Tank

    Close Coupled

One Piece

Two Piece

Wall Closet

SINKS

*Note that "sinks" are not the same as "lavatories". 

Kitchen

Laundry

Utility 

Metal Cabinet

Single Basin

URINALS

Floor

Wall-Hung

Women's Urinal

Decorative Wall-Hung

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If you do not know, check the other plumbing in your bathroom. It is usually located on the underside of the lavs and sinks or inside the tank for toilets.
Time period and architectural style?