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The Horton from Thomas Crapper harks back to 1901

22 August 2022

The Horton from Thomas Crapper harks back to 1901

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Answering the demand from bathroom designers, retailers and developers for a generous splash of colour in the cloakroom or en-suite, the Horton basin has been launched byThomas Crapper. Arguably, cloakrooms are important as they are the destination for most visitors to the home or hotel bar!

Inspired by one of the company's original fireclay basins from the 1901 catalogue, the basin comes in Forest Green, Indigo Blue and White. The tap portfolios from Thomas Crapper are equally stylish and, for a contemporary setting, the semi-matt finish looks great with the polished brassSpitfire taps, pictured here.

The basins are hand-crafted from fireclay ceramic in Lancashire and are available in two- or three-tap hole options. Dimensions are W420mm x D324mm x H334mm while the integral back accommodates wall-mounted brassware. The Forest Green and Indigo Blue retail at £539 inc. vat while the White costs £479.

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With compliments:
Taylor Alden Ltd
7 Bell Yard