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Add grace, charm and old-world appeal to your living environment with faucetry from Rohl's Country Kitchen Collection

Refined rustic

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It's often the finer details that will lift a kitchen out of the ordinary. For example, a striking style of faucets can be used to transform a sink into a strong decorative element. Depending on what you choose, these fixtures can be used to reinforce a wide range of décors.

Rohl specializes in kitchen and bathroom products that combine traditional styles with contemporary functionality. The company offers sinks, faucets, fixtures and accessories, all with an emphasis on authentic finishes and up-to-date technology.

Faucetry from Rohl's Country Kitchen Collection illustrates these attributes well, says Rohl's vice president of marketing Skip Johnson.

"These faucets can be used to complement a period-style home or add a classical touch to a more modern décor. Graceful column spouts, a five-spoke handle design and generous proportions give them an heirloom-quality that's backed with an emphasis on performance. Whether it is a renovated Colonial, a faithfully reproduced Tudor, a cottage on the water, a retro ranch or an urban loft, your Rohl faucet will be as uniquely distinctive as your sense of style."

Made of solid brass, the faucets come in five different finishes: Chrome, Polished Nickel, Satin Nickel, Inca Brass and Tuscan Brass. Each faucet features a swivel spout. Modern ceramic disc tecnology is used for the dual lever and single lever models. Matching accessories include a soap dispenser and a remote pop-up drain basket.

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Country Kitchen faucets carry a limited lifetime warranty on valves and metal finishes. Each faucet is precision-crafted in Italy and sold exclusively through Rohl.

For details or to visit a showroom, contact Rohl, 1559 Sunland Lane, Costa Mesa, CA 92626, phone (800) 777 9762 fax (714) 557 8635. Website:www.rohlhome.com .

First published date: 24 August 2003

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