Bathroom manufacturer Thomas Crapper has unveiled the Shevington console basin, which is designed to “add an element of sophisticated glamour” to bathroom spaces.
It features Rubenesque curved lines and freestanding legs, and is manufactured from fine fireclay.
Measuring 1000 x 600mm, Shevington is available with no, one or three tap holes to suit a variety of brassware.
Commenting on the launch, managing director of Thomas Crapper Paul Dwyer said: “The Shevington Console Basin has already received a lot of interest from our retailers, and we’re confident it will become a Thomas Crapper classic.
“The soft curves and flowing lines make it the perfect console basin for anyone who is looking for that timeless, luxury feel.”
The new console joins the recently launched Harwood washbasin.
Thomas Crapper is a 158-year old business which is famed for its period styles, however the range has been expanded to include more contemporary designs including black cisterns and modern brassware.
Sold through a network of more than 70 UK retailers and exported around the globe, products by Thomas Crapper can be found in royal palaces, stately homes, luxury hotels, members’ clubs and exclusive residences.
It was acquired by Huddersfield-based Hartford Holdings in 2016, which has a portfolio of bathroom brands including Trojan Baths.