Most of the traditional fittings shown in our brochures are from the 1890’s (GA) range which have the original exposed top works, with traditional rubber tap washers. An alternative to this style is the Regent (R) range with "easyclean" shrouded head parts. The code numbers for the Regent range are the same as the 1890’s range but are prefixed with the letter ‘R’ instead of ‘GA’. For most Regent and GA styles we can now supply ceramic disc headworks: Regent ceramic disc (RCD) and GA ceramic disc (GCD). These give traditional styling with state of the art ceramic disc internals. RCD and GCD have three-quarter turn operation. The Mastercraft (MC) range is based on our original 1930’s design and incorporates a stylish Art Deco theme of hexagonal capstans, shrouds and spouts. Again, the code numbers are the same as the 1890’s range but are prefixed with the letters ‘MC’ instead of ‘GA’. Mastercraft is not available with ceramic disc headworks. Throughout our catalogues taps which are available with ceramic discs are labelled with the suffix CD.