After years of robbing these valves off of perfectly good sinks, we found a manufacturer who was willing to go the extra mile and mill new bodies using an original valve as a pattern. While these are not cast brass like the original Crane lavatory bodies, they are milled from solid brass stock. These will fit onto postwar Crane widespread lavatory sinks using the metal spout. Models include the Diana, Norwich, Elayne, and Westland. Crane originally called this the “Temple” valve, these are an dimensionally exact copy of the original. This particular handle version uses hot cartridges on both sides, so both handles will turn the same direction, the way Crane intended. Chrome only.