If you’re renovating your kitchen and you need a faucet that really accentuates the posh fixtures you’ve installed, you could hardly go wrong with the most expensive kitchen faucet in the world.
The Julia collection by Waterworks, an 85-year-old plumbing supply company based in Danbury, Connecticut, is a decorative line of fittings inspired by French Country style from the 1920s. Faucets in the line feature brass material in the trim and valve components, and are hand fitted and polished.
Faucets in the Julia line fit sinks with one to four holes, and may have cross or lever handles. Several different metal finishes are available, including matte nickel, unlacquered brass and architectural bronze. The most expensive faucet is the Julia Bridge Four Hole Kitchen Mixer (with either handle option) finished with antique brass, available for a staggering $3,400.
Julia Bridge Faucet $3,400