Cape Anne® Collection
by Danze®

Crafted with early American architecture in mind, the Cape Anne® Collection by Danze® brings a classic style to any bathroom's decor. The graceful curves lend classic elegance to your home, while the deluxe finishes and top-notch performance clearly denote 21st century innovation and convenience.

Cape Anne Showerhead

Danze Cape Anne shower head in Chrome
This deluxe shower head features:
  • Classic bell shape with wide 4" face designed to match your Cape Anne fixtures
  • Single downpour rain-like spray function from 40 easy clean jets
  • Pressure Manifold system ensures wide coverage and a powerful spray
  • Utilizes Air Injection technology to optimize water intensity and provide you with a great shower even at low pressures
  • Brass ball joint with polymer shell for durability and smooth adjustment
  • Available in durable chrome or stylish brushed nickel finish
  • View detailed shower head dimensions
  • Compliant with CEC low-flow showerhead regulations
  • WaterSense Certified for high performance water savings
Model Description Flow Rate Chrome Brushed Nickel
D460027 Cape Anne Eterno® Showerhead 1.5 gpm $48.11 $61.85 Enter a quantity and
D460026 Cape Anne Eterno® Showerhead 1.75 gpm $48.11 $61.85 Enter a quantity and

Related Items & Information

Danze Kitchen and Bathroom Faucets by Collection

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Kitchen Collections
Amalfi - Melrose - Mid-Town - Opulence - Parma - Sheridan - Sirius

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Bathroom Collections
Amalfi - Antioch - Bannockburn - Cape Anne - Eastham - Logan Square - Melrose - Mid-Town - Opulence - Parma - Plymouth - Reef - Sheridan - Sirius - South Shore

Danze® Amalfi, Antioch, Bannockburn, Cape Anne, Eastham, Logan Square, Melrose, Mid-Town, Opulence, Parma, Plymouth, Reef, Sheridan, Sirius, and South Shore are registered trademarks of Danze, Inc.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. "I noticed the shower valve says 'with stops,' what does that mean?"
A. "With stops" means that the valve includes shut-offs for the water line so you don't have to shut off water to the entire house to work/repair parts on the shower/tub system.

Q. "Why should I choose a WaterSense labeled faucet?"
A. Well, the numbers can speak for themselves: It is estimated that by installing WaterSense labeled faucets and accessories, the average household can save more than 500 gallons per year. Most of us know that we can conserve water by turning off the tap when not in use, but many may not know you can save water while using it with the right water saving faucet. The WaterSense partnership program is sponsored by the EPA which provides water conservation and quality guidelines for participating manufacturers. All products with the WaterSense label have had complete third party certification and testing to ensure they meet the criteria, which is to reduce water use by 20-30 percent with out sacrificing performance and also maintain high quality standards. Please note that due to state low-flow regulations, we cannot ship non-WaterSense certified lavatory faucets or showerheads to customers in Colorado. Please check to ensure the product you're selecting is WaterSense certified prior to ordering to help avoid any delays or problems with your order.

Q. "What kind of products are WaterSense labeled?"
A. Bathrooms are by far the largest water users in the home, accounting for more than half of all the water that families use indoors. Thus, you can find a wide range of lavatory faucets, showers, and toilets available with the WaterSense label. Just look for notes on the product page for the item(s) you've selected to find out which products we offer that carry WaterSense certification.

Q. "What are the new California Energy Commission water efficiency standards and how does this affect me?"
A. Effective January 1, 2016, certain plumbing fixtures will be required to comply with new California Energy Commission requirements for flow rate and water efficiency. Since the program began in 1976, it has continually worked to develop standards for energy- and water-using appliances and fixtures that will help Californians to conserve energy and water. To help the state deal with current and future drought conditions, only water-saving plumbing fixtures will be legally available for sale in California. Products like faucets, toilets, urinals, and shower heads are all affected by the new regulations.

Sold after January 1, 2016:
  • Public lavatory faucets & aerators must have a maximum flow rate of 0.5 gallons per minute or less (at 60psi)
  • Kitchen faucets & aerators must have a maximum flow rate of 1.8 gallons per minute or less (at 60psi) - dual function faucets may have an optional temporary flow of 2.2 gallons per minute
  • Toilets must use a maximum 1.28 gallons per flush or less - or a dual-flush effective flush volume of 1.28 gallons per flush or less
  • Wall mounted urinals must use a maximum 0.125 gallons per flush or less
  • Other urinals must use a maximum 0.5 gallons per flush or less
Sold after July 1, 2016:
  • Lavatory faucets & aerators must have a maximum flow rate of 1.2 gallons per minute or less (at 60psi)
  • Shower heads must have a maximum flow rate of 2.0 gallons per minute or less (at 80psi)
Sold after July 1, 2018:
  • Shower heads must have a maximum flow rate of 1.8 gallons per minute or less (at 80psi)

What this means for the average consumer is that you can rest easy knowing that the product you're getting is compliant with the law - and will help you do your part to save water, our most precious natural resource. Additionally, it is important to note that current EPA WaterSense program requirements are not as stringent as the California Energy Commission requirements. Thus, not all WaterSense products may be compliant with the new laws in California. Please be sure to review the specifications of the product you're purchasing prior to placing your order as we cannot ship non-compliant products to our customers in California.

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