Faucet Handle Information: Faucets are something like auto parts: there are dozens of different brands and 1000’s of different models with almost no parts interchangeability between brands. The picture above shows just a tiny fraction of our selection of handles.
There is no “standard” faucet handle! In most cases, you will need to send us one of your original handles so we can match it with handles from our extensive collection. We will first find handles that fit your faucet stems and then try to select the closest match for condition, color, and print font on the “hot” and “cold” lettering.
All handles are original antiques and will show normal signs of use and wear.
Brass handles and porcelain handles with brass spuds can be polished or plated for an additional charge. Zinc handles will usually have varying degrees of pitting as zinc does not hold up as well as brass. Zinc handles are generally not worth re-plating as they are usually only found on newer, less valuable faucets.