The Horton harking back to 1901

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Lauren Murphy

Account Director, Taylor Alden

The inspiration behind this beautiful new bijou basin from Thomas Crapper is a fireclay basin which featured in the company’s 1901 catalogue.  The new Horton en-suite or cloakroom basin is perfect when you want to impress your guests with a stylish downstairs loo!

The basin comes in Forest Green, Indigo Blue and White and the taps are equally stylish. If you want a more contemporary look, the semi-matt finish looks great with the polished brass Spitfire 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 cost at £539 inc. vat while the White costs £479.

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