Titanium joins The Watermark Collection

Featuring single or multiple knurled sections in one or dual tone finishes

24 Jun, 19

Following its debut at Clerkenwell Design Week,  The Watermark Collection has now introduced Titanium brassware.

Titanium joins The Watermark Collection


The range offers deck and wall-mounted  bathroom and kitchen mixers, as well as showers and accessories.

They are available to order, they come with the choice of angled or swan spouts.

Featuring a series of sleek forms, Titanium boasts one or more knurled sections, to match or contrast with the body of the tap with a two-tone effect.

Knurling is a manufacturing technique where a lathe is using to create decorative, textured designs.

Alike all of The Watermark Collection of brassware, Titanium is available in a choice of 24 finishes.

These span warm and cool metals, ageing processes and lacquering techniques.

US-based Watermark was established in 1976 by Herman Abel who had a passion for metal finishing, which has been applied to the company’s brassware ranges.

With a focus on industrial designs, all the brassware is inspired by architectural details and engineering structures, from its local Brooklyn borough.
Some ranges are even created with the architects and designers of the buildings, such as Highline created by architectural and design studio Mark Zeff.
Manufactured in its own factory, all of the pieces in The Watermark Collection portfolio are handmade