Georgian Era Shower Valve Trim (Trim Only) with Metal Lever Handle Rohls Georgian Era collection of bathroom faucets and fixtures is an impressive family bound to become a focal point in any bathroom. From double handle bridge bathroom faucets to the double handle widespread bathroom faucet, old-world British charm blends with modern-day technology. Decorative design elements help define Rohls Georgian Era collection, which also includes tub fillers, bidets, and showerheads. Rohl U.1700LS Features: All brass trim plate, escutcheon, and handle construction - weight: 3 lbs. Hand-machined from solid brass stock Superior finishing process chemical, scratch, and stain resistant Pressure balanced valve trim Lift up/down on handle for on/off turn for temperature adjustment Escutcheon (trim plate) diameter: 7" W Designed for use with standard U.S. plumbing connections Extra secure mounting assembly All necessary mounting hardware included Fully covered under Rohls limited lifetime warranty Manufactured in New Zealand, Western Europe, and/or North America Note: Must order Rohl RMV-1 rough in valve to completeVariations: U.1700LS - This model U.1700X - Same model with metal cross handleAbout Rohl: Excellence, durability, and beauty. Family values, integrity, and innovation. These are all terms which aptly describe Rohl and its remarkable selection of kitchen and bathroom faucets and fixtures. Since 1983, Rohl has maintained a commitment to providing high-quality plumbing products for residential and commercial applications, while assuring these fixtures would make a difference in the overall dcor in the living space. With a dedication to excellence throughout the home, Rohl has been satisfying homes, schools, hospitality venues, and restaurants all around the world. Rohl specializes in providing timeless designs for every type of theme, including traditional, transitional, and modern. When Rohl suggests its products reflect the feel of a certain area outside the United States, its more than just that. Rohl products are authentically crafted in towns in New Zealand, Western Europe, and North America .