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Delta Faucet 75046-SS Victorian, Towel Ring, Stainless
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- Coordinates beautifully with the faucets in the Victorian Bath Collection
- 7-1/16″ diameter ring - Extends 3″ from wall
- Matching lighting fixtures available
- From a complete line of bath accessories for a perfect match to the Victorian bath fittings
- Coordinating accessories extend the look throughout the bath
- Beautifully combines form and function
- Extends 3-Inch from wall
- Mounting hardware included
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Add drama to your bath with the award-winning Victorian Collection. Enhancing the old-world charm of this series, matching accessories carry the look seamlessly throughout your bath. The soft curves and intricate, handcrafted details make it a beautiful bath collection reminiscent of a past era.
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This collection is easy to install and very attractive. Delta's workmanship is not what it used to be! There are some defects to the finish. The worst is a 1/4 inch circular bubble in one of the light fixtures. If you look close, you'll see occasional pitting. I'm a detail person so I see these things! I also remodeled a house in 2001 and replaced several faucets made by delta. The replacements were heavy and extremely well made back then! Finishes were flawless.
When I found the defects this time, I called Delta in the hopes that they would just send me replacements for the defective pieces. They now require that you first ship the defective pieces to them prior to replacing them.
I ended up just placing the lights in position where the defect wouldn't be as noticeable.
We also have the set in rubbed bronze downstairs in a half bath. It's been in use for 2 1/2 years. The towel ring is holding up fine. The toilet paper holder needed to be disassembled and tightened up this week. Not a big deal, it took a small phillips screw driver and the allyn wrench that came with it. I store the allyn wrench in the vanity. The cold handle has needed to be tightened up a couple of times. The finish under the handle is worn but is not visible unless you remove the handle which I did yesterday. We have hard water and that may be a factor in the deterioration in the finish. It could also be the number of people in this house as well (9).
Overall, I'm pleased with the aesthetics and pricing. If the finishes were of higher quality, it would have earned all 5 stars.
Now, one of the delta towel bars was an old design that came from an Amazon fullfillment place. It was much harder and didn't fit together as well, but the new ones are practically idiot proof.
Its funny but when you bought something 20 or 25 years ago the plans were not nearly as precise. Putting together a outdoor grill was an adventure that often left one wondering if the instructions were translated by someone from another country. Often they were just an approximation of the final product. Today, there is so much uniformity throughout industry that most of the kinks have been worked out. Does this mean we are rapidly approaching civilizations apex? I guess the towel bar, the hand towel holder, and the T.P. dispenser, can no longer can be improved. This could be a good thing or a signal of end times.
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Probably the welding link that it had is broken..