The New Savina Collection from JADO Exquisitely Combines 19th-Century Opulence with 21st-Century Technology

By Robert Robillard on Uncategorized

JADOI love all things old except my knees!  I especially love an can appreciate the plumbing designs of old.

JADO, a high end version of American Standard, is offering plumbing fixtures based on 19th-century designs, how cool is that?

JADO’s new Savina faucet collection has intricate detailing and rich ornamentation to enhance traditional-style bathrooms, while also delivering superior ergonomics, performance and water efficiency.
Suitable for historically informed restoration projects, models include pillar taps and widespread faucets in three styles: two-handle, cross-handle and lever-handle — all capped with porcelain. There is even a freestanding tub filler for a grand Old World look.

With a maximum flow rate of 1.5 gallons per minute, all Savina models incorporate the new, exclusive JADO Luxury SpeedConnect® drain, an innovative technology that radically simplifies installation. The Speed Connect drain plunger features a large European-style cap that covers the flange of the drain.

Complementing large-scale, traditional-style bathrooms, the Savina offering is also suitable for historically informed restoration projects. There is even a true freestanding tub filler for a grand Old World look.

Finishes available:

  • polished chrome,
  • brushed nickel,
  • platinum nickel,
  • old bronze,
  • antique nickel

The Savina line coordinates with other JADO®Luxury Bath Collection offerings. All models are water efficient with a maximum flow rate of 1.5 gallons per minute (gpm), and incorporate the new, exclusive JADO Luxury SpeedConnect®drain, an innovative technology that radically simplifies installation. In addition, the SpeedConnect drain plunger features a large European-style cap that covers the flange of the drain.

For more information on the Savina Collection or other JADO luxury bath and kitchen products, visit www.jadousa.comor call (800) 227-2734.

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