The Biggest Collection of Brass Kitchen Faucets

Close-up shot of brass kitchen faucets

Brass kitchen faucets are durable, and for that reason, most people opt for this material when choosing a new faucet. Manufacturers make brass fixtures with high-quality materials, which is why they tend to last longer. 

With more people choosing this durable material for their kitchen faucets, experts expect the brass faucet market to grow at a 5.5% CAGR throughout 2030. That's impressive, considering the U.S. faucet market will grow at a 6.9% CAGR throughout the same timeframe.

Bar graph of the CAGR of the U.S. faucet market

If you are in the market to replace outdated fixtures, you may want to peruse this collection of brass kitchen faucets before making your next purchase. 

Key Takeaways:

  • Common finishes include matte black, classic chrome, and several stainless-steel options. You are less likely to see bronze, gold, or brass-colored finishes.
  • Brass is both a material and a finish. Manufacturers make faucets from three primary types of metals, including brass, steel, and zinc.
  • When looking for faucets, check what finishes are available before evaluating the other specs. You will avoid disappointment if the faucet you want doesn't come in the finish you need.

Top Faucet Finishes to Choose From

Brass is both a material and a finish. Brass finishes are often shiny, and most people associate them with luxury bathroom finishes from the '70s and '80s. Brass (as a finish) is unique for a kitchen faucet. 

Fixtures made of brass (as a material) are quite common. Manufacturers make faucets out of three primary metal types, including brass, steel, and zinc.

There are several finishes to choose from besides brass. Here are some of the top looks:

    • Matte Black Coated Finish: This finish gives kitchens a modern look. It is a dull finish that won’t shine in the light, but the look is sure to delight. It pairs well with any color appliances.
    • Classic Chrome: This finish is one of the most traditional on the market and popular for kitchens and bathroom fixtures. It is a shiny finish with little to no need to polish.
    • Brushed Stainless Steel: Like a matte finish, brushed stainless steel doesn’t shine like chrome, but it pairs well with stainless steel appliances.
    • Black Stainless: This finish is more like a pewter color than black. It is less common but still quite popular. It gives a sleek, modern look to your kitchen and pairs well with any color appliance.
    • Champagne Bronze: This finish is a muted version of the classic bronze. It gives your faucet almost an aged look while still maintaining its beauty. 
    • Arctic Stainless: This finish has a silvery gloss with icy undertones that can go well with modern kitchen appliances with cool undertones.
    • Brushed Gold: When you think of a gold finish, you probably think of a shiny finish. However, a brushed gold faucet has a muted finish and goes best with white or black appliances.
    • Nickel Plated: People choose nickel plated more commonly in commercial kitchens because it is not only durable but also hides blemishes quite well, which is necessary for a busy kitchen.

When looking for faucets, check what finishes are available before evaluating the other product specs. You don't want to select a fixture only to discover it won't work in your kitchen. It's the best way to avoid disappointment if the faucet you want doesn't come in the finish you need.

Biggest Collection of Brass Kitchen Faucets 

Most people think of the fixture being made of brass when choosing a bathroom faucet. However, many of the top makes and models of kitchen faucets are brass, usually with a chrome or stainless-steel finish. 

Here is a list of the top brass kitchen faucets available:

CF 2301 Series Faucet with Side Spray 

This faucet is ideal for residential applications. However, you could use this Chicago Faucets fixture for small commercial settings as well.


  • Single hole
  • Ceramic operating cartridge with volume control and hot water limit stop
  • 2.2 GPM (8.3 L/min) pressure compensating Softflo aerator
  • 4-5/8” lever handle
  • Side spray with hose included
  • 3/8” compression flexible stainless steel supply hoses 
  • Weight: 5.5 lbs.
  • Chrome-plated finish



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Pull Down Spray Faucets 434 Series

Image of the 434 Series Pull Down Spray Faucets in various finishes

Chicago Faucets offers a long line of luxury kitchen faucets to choose from for your next upgrade. The 434 Series Pull Down Kitchen Faucet is ideal for residential applications. Although, several models will work in certain commercial settings. 


  • Single-hole base
  • Ceramic operating cartridge with volume control and hot water limit stop
  • 9" center-to-center tubular brass spout with dual-pattern 1.5 GPM
  • User adjustable, temperature control mixer
  • 1/2" NPSM supply inlets for 3/8" or 1/2" flexible riser
  • Weight: 7.42 lbs.
  • Polished chrome finish



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Pre-Rinse Faucets with 8” Fixed Center

Chicago Faucets offer some of the most durable pre-rinse fittings available. They are easy to install and have several add-on faucets to pair with your pre-rinse valve. You can also get this pre-rinse faucet fitting with a 4” fixed center.


  • 8" fixed center
  • 2-3/8" lever handle
  • Ceramic 1/4-turn operating cartridge with integrated check valve, left-hand
  • Ceramic 1/4-turn operating cartridge with integrated check valve, right-hand
  • Water-conserving pre-rinse spray valve 1.0 GPM
  • Polished chrome finish
  • Weight: 12.075 lbs.



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CF Wall-Mounted Pot Filler Faucet  

Fill pots easily with a faucet mounted to the wall behind your stovetops. This brass kitchen faucet is perfect for both commercial and residential applications


  • Single-hole base
  • Quaturn™ compression operating cartridge, right-hand 
  • Pressure compensating Softflo aerator 2.2 GPM
  • 13" double-jointed swing spout
  • 2-3/8" lever handle
  • Weight: 2.7 lbs
  • Chrome-plated finish



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Best Place to Find Brass Kitchen Faucets 

At Chicago Faucets, our brass kitchen fixtures come in a variety of finishes. Polished chrome is the most popular. However, matte black and brushed nickel are a few of our more popular finishes.

Is it time to upgrade your kitchen faucets? Contact us today to check out our vast collection of brass fixtures. 


Topics: brass kitchen faucets, Faucet Durability & Style