In my previous post, I asked a question which, I have no doubt, is a question, well, everybody wonders about: WHAT does a period-correct faucet look like for an 1894 butler’s pantry?
And today, thanks to the magical Bo Sullivan, everybody has an answer! Now, if Bo could also quickly come up with an answer to repair the insanity of the current presidential race, I, and many others, will rest easier.
A vintage gooseneck faucet. The seller states 1880s.
Kristin just sent me a link to this AMAZING pair of faucets! Not goosenecks, and way too fancy for the butler’s pantry, but wow! Thanks, Kristin!
Yesterday, it never occurred to me that the missing pantry faucets were likely of the gooseneck type. And of course this makes sense with the small, shallow sink.
Thank you, magical Bo!
Now, I am on the hunt for vintage gooseneck faucets!