Bayswater Fitzroy Low Cistern With Ceramic Lever
£117.00 (Inc. VAT)
This traditional cistern by Bayswater is sure to bring an early Edwardian feel to your bathroom, featuring a ceramic lever with chrome detail. The classic white gloss finish will match perfectly with other bathroom pieces and works perfectly when paired with a classic designed low level pan. Manufactured from high quality vitreous china you can be assured that it will last, and for peace of mind it also comes with a 10 year guarantee.
Please Note: This is the cistern only.
Bayswater is a brand of beautifully designed Victorian and Edwardian Style bathroom products including porcelain, brassware, furniture and fittings. The traditional panel designs, smooth curves and classic colours make Bayswater a fantastic choice for any bathroom suites.
Vitreous China Manufacturing
The secret to the finish and durability of these products is the manufacturing process of the vitreous china and then their gorgeous gloss finish. It provides you with a stain and scratch resistant surface that's easy to clean and looks great in all bathroom suites.
Traditional Low Level Cistern
Bring an early Edwardian sensibility to your bathroom with this traditonal WC with short projection to save space, a classic low level cistern with an attractive handle and a constrasting 'Plummett Grey' wooden soft close toilet seat.
10 Year Guarantee as standard
When buying products for your home you need to know that they’re going to stand the test of time, especially in a moisture rich environment like the bathroom. This is why this product comes with a fantastic 10 year guarantee against any manufacturing defects should the worst happen and the product is not up to standard.
|Components Included||Cistern Only|
|Design Type||Low Level Cistern|
£117.00 (Inc. VAT)
3 monthly instalments £39.00 = £117.00
4 monthly instalments £29.25 = £117.00
|Park Street Bathrooms||£130.15|
|Building Supplies Online||£138.80|
Prices last checked on 24/08/2019
All prices are inc VAT and include delivery charges