The Armstrong taps unveiled at the show were said to be Perrin and Rowe’s first major kitchen launch in four years.
It is billed as a ‘strikingly modern take’ on the heritage brassware look with a strong hint of the industrial. Armstrong is offered in eight finishes, from hand-polished chrome to aged brass, satin brass to 24-carat gold-plated. The range includes a bridge mixer with pull-down rinse and a quarter-turn ceramic disc valve.
There is also a single-lever with pull-down rinse with a solid smooth-surface brass lever or a more industrial-looking knurled grip.