Thursday, February 21, 2013

INVENTORY: Plumbing Fixtures / Parts

For ease of reference and finding this stuff, here is a list with photos of all the plumbing pieces I have in storage.  Almost all of it is from Waterworks but there is some great Barber Wilsons stuff at the bottom.  Some will go upstate.  Some awaits a big fix-up at home.


Box # Photo of Item Description


A satin nickel Julia faucet.



A polished brass Julia faucet.


A chrome Julia faucet.


A copper bar faucet.



We plan to use this natural brass finish, two-hole goose-neck faucet by WW for our master bathroom upstate.


A P-trap for the brass two-hole faucet above.
A1 A hand sprayer for a shower set-up.
B1 Another hand sprayer for a shower set-up. ($895 with hook (below), hose and wall elbow)
C3

And another hand sprayer for a shower set-up. ($895 with hook (below), hose and wall elbow)
C2

This is the right angle hose wall outlet for a wall mounting WW hand-shower.  This goes to the wall, a hose goes from this to the hand shower handle.

C4

This is the wall mounting hook for a WW hand-shower.  
B4 This is another style wall mounting hook for a WW hand-shower.  
C1
And another wall mounting hook for a WW hand-shower.  
A3
A4
  Replacement Cross Handles for a WW faucet.
A5Astoria Volume Control Valve Trim with Metal Hexagonal Cross Handle (Nickel).  This should be very useful since the WW volume valve rough it trims out is only $80-$120.
A2 Julia Volume Control Valve Trim with Metal Cross Handle (chrome).  Same idea as immediately above.
A10 Seven (7!) flush lever handles for fancy Waterworks or Toto toilets (shown in this photo and the next two).  Fancy!  I don't imagine we'll have 7 WW or Toto toilets any time soon, but we'll certainly have use for 2 of them and maybe more someday.
A11 More flush levers.
A12 More flush levers.
B7
This is a thermostatic shower body.  The control piece on the right is the cartridge that goes onto the mixer housing on the left.  I don't exactly understand how this works.  ($840 new)
A15This is a nickel plated shower diverter to be used to add a handheld shower sprayer to an exposed thermostatic shower unit.  These things go for fat bank. ($1155 new w/handshower and hose)
A6This is the handle for the shower diverter (A15) just above.
A16
 
 
This is a drain unit for a vessel sink.
A13
 
Handshower on Bar w/o hose.  Handshower not included.  However, I have three handshowers separately (see above).  The pic of the item installed is not the exact same style item, but it gives at good idea of what is in the box.
A14Handshower on Bar (like above) with hose.  Handshower not included.  However, I have three handshowers separately (see above). 
B8

This is a Perrin & Rowe Exposed Thermostatic Shower Diverter.  Basically, the big valve piece interrupts the exposed riser pipe above a thermostatic shower body and volume control and it diverts the water to the hand-shower.  It includes a sliding piece that goes on the upper part of the riser pipe to hold the hand-shower.  It also includes the hose.
This is a Rohl 8-Jet shower head.
A7

This is a trim kit for a thermostatic shower body.  It isn't the exact same style as shown in the WW photos, but similar.  As you see, I have four of these in total.
B3


This is another trim kit for a thermostatic shower body.
A8

This is another trim kit for a thermostatic shower body.
A9This is another trim kit for a thermostatic shower body.
C5

I'm not sure but I think this is a piece from a trim kit for a thermostatic shower body or maybe a volume control.
B2This is a hand-sprayer for a kitchen faucet - the whole thing is there with hose and a separate valve assembly and everything.  But in order to control the temperature, I would need to add another mixer under the sink with a fixed termperature setting on it.  Hmmm.  Confusing.
B9This is a Lefroy Brooks lavatory single-hole faucet.  Such a pretty faucet.

This is a Kohler right angle shower arm.

This is some sort of trim kit for a Kohler faucet/shower (not sure which).

These seem to be some spare 
WW parts.


I think this must be a sink supply line valve.



A sink drain assembly.


A Barber Wilsons nickel tub fill with hand sprayer.  Attachments are for deck mount but wall mount attachments are available.



A Barber Wilsons brass hand shower.  2 Attachments are for deck mount and only one extra for wall mount - but could be wall mounted with one extra attachment.



Two old Crane faucet valve sets with porcelain handles.
















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