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DECORATIVE DRAGON SHAPED OUTDOOR BRASS FAUCET WITH ORNATE WALL FLANGE
Create a great first impression by placing these sturdy and beautiful pieces of outdoor faucets in your backyard. Installing these unique Spigots in your garden, backyard, hall or lawn can instantly bring a whole new appearance to your place.
- Constructed of heavy duty solid brass material
- Polished with tarnish resistant Antique brass Finish
- Will require a 3/4" Male Hose ID x 1/2" Female Pipe (not included) to use with a standard hose
- Comes in detailed Dragon Bibcock shape handle with ornate wall flange rose
- Wall Flange hides in all the imperfections around the pipe
- Material = Solid Brass
- Finish = Antique Brass
- Overall Height =4 "
- Backplate diameter = 1-15/16"
- Projection = 5-1/2"
- Design = Fierce Dragon
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Renovators Supply Manufacturing decorative outdoor taps are built by industry experts using high quality heavy duty Brass material. These charms can bring a unique flair to any home setting. It is carefully wrapped and packed separately to avoid any damage during the transition. We offer you great value products for your money and a perfect way to spend wisely
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Beautifully designed and long enough to go over and fill into our pond. Only problem is that the nozzle end is too small and we can’t use a regular garden hose. We had to get a hose with a quick connect end.
The tap was exactly what I wanted, going into an oriental garden. It was of good quality and exactly as described. Delivery was prompt to Thailand and I got a follow-up message checking that everything was OK, which was most appreciated.
My wife and I really like the look of this spigot, and nicer alternatives are not easy to find online. The casting is done well and the design is nice.However, it does take some determination to get it to work with garden hoses commonly available in most US stores.The spigot includes a removable quick-connect fitting, but only the male side. You will have an incredibly difficult time finding a matching female fitting at hardware or garden supply stores or online. This renders it effectively useless. I don't know why the female side isn't included. It would make this a five star rating.The lack of a usable quick-connect fitting would be fine, but there is bigger problem. The spigot has a male 1/2-inch straight threaded outlet. All US hoses use 3/4 inch straight threads. I looked for a long time, but could not find a 1/2 inch alternative. In its "you might also like..." section for this product, Amazon recommends a brass conversion fitting with female 1/2-inch pipe-threading on one side and male 3/4 straight-threading, for garden hoses, on the other. So called "pipe threading" is when the male and female sides of the connection have threads that are slightly tapered so that they have an increasingly tighter fit the more you turn them together. This standard approach to threaded copper fittings is the way semi-permanent connections can be made not to leak. Straight threading is not tapered and requires a washer between the male and female sides to create the seal. When you try to screw the pipe-threaded converter on to the faucet's straight-threaded outlet, it will never get tight and create a seal, and the fitting has no internal stop to hold a washer, against the end of the male side, so the adapter will always leak.I had to make my own workable adapter by cutting the last 3/8 of an inch off of a sacrificial brass male 1/2 inch pipe-threaded fitting and screw that little ring into the female thread of the 1/2 inch to 3/4 inch hose fitting to act as a stop for a washer. This worked, but might not be what you'd expect to have to do to install a faucet.
I was worried about buying this many faucets that are designed are quite cheap and poorly built. This is solid and very sturdy.. its gonna look great in my old world styled sauna.
Have been looking for a new hose bib for our camp for about a year now. This one popped up in my last search. I love the look and cannot wait to have it installed. Our water comes from a barrel at the side of our kitchen and is accessed by an old regular hose bib at the kitchen sink. THis will add some class to the sink.
We are building an offgrid shed to cabin and this is the most beautiful piece in our building, so far! I had just enough to splurge on this piece of art. (As you can see, we don't even have insulation or walls!)We did have a difficult time adapting the plumbing side as we were unable to determine it's size (possibly metric?). However, we were able to force thread a 1/2 in. plastic nipple that were close enough. Our water is gravity fed through a 1/4 in line. So, there is no pressure on the misfit parts and it works for us.
I am using this in a rustic 1928 cabin on Lake Superior. The 1920s tub has 4-inch spacing for the water spigots, therefore I am installing an 8-inch set outside the tub, and creating a bathtub spout with the Dragon fixture. It should fit well with the rough cedar surround.
We love the look and feel of this spigot. I really like the fact the handle only turn 45 degrees to turn on to full.