The Perrin & Rowe Story
The Perrin & Rowe Story

The Perrin & Rowe Story

Forty years ago in East London, Bob Perrin and Greg Rowe began an extraordinary partnership.

Despite limited funds and a workshop that was little more than a garden shed, they began by machining brass components that others found too difficult to make. As designers they made their name by producing the world’s first 3-in-1 tap– a tap that dispensed hot, cold and filtered water – using their own Triflow technology. This blend of innovation and traditional manufacturing craft defines the Perrin & Rowe brand today.

Our comprehensive range of kitchen and bathroom brassware is manufactured in our own factories in Britain.


We still make taps in small batches, pouring molten brass by hand into moulds of our own design. By controlling every element of design and production, Perrin & Rowe has become known by architects and design professionals for its quality and durability.

Bob and Greg retired some years ago, but their legacy and passion live on at Perrin & Rowe. Now a luxury brand with an international reputation, our principles of British design and craftsmanship, advanced engineering and traditional manufacturing, remain the foundation of our success.

Eight iconic finishes

We offer eight finishes across our kitchen collections and seven across our bathroom collections, from beautiful unlacquered brass to contemporary chrome and elegant polished nickel. Learn more about our finishes and find out more about how to care for and clean your Perrin & Rowe product.


The finest craftmanship

At Perrin & Rowe, we believe in small batch production to deliver unrivalled quality. All of our products are made to order in Britain so, although there may be a wait, you can be sure that your product has been built to last.

Find out more about the making of a Perrin & Rowe tap.

Our Process
Caring for your Perrin & Rowe tap

Caring for your Perrin & Rowe tap

We understand you want to keep your Perrin & Rowe product looking its best, so that it can be used and admired for years to come. We have a useful care and cleaning guide available to download as well as information on how to care for and treat our unlacquered brass finishes.