Sherle Wagner Story Now

Since its founding in 1945, Sherle Wagner International has been
the premier source, world-wide, for luxury hardware and bath accessories.

 

But the story does not end there: with Mr. Wagner’s grandson, Evan Geoffroy at the helm, Sherle Wagner International continues to be synonymous with exquisite design. Our range of products has continued to grow to include elements for the bar, the bedroom and beyond.

Sherle Wagner now offers a variety of distinctive lines that range in style from the classic to the contemporary. Examples of our magnificent products can be found in the finest hotels, the most distinctive homes and lavish yachts the world over.

Each item in Sherle Wagner’s collection, whether a faucet, a piece of fine furniture, or a sumptuous wall covering, is created with an eye for superb design and the highest quality of American craftsmanship for which we have been known for over 65 years.

As such, our staff is experienced in working with architects, designers and clients on projects of any scale, large or small.
We look forward to working with you to help you realize your vision of “ultimate luxury” in your home.

 

History of Sherle Wagner

Sherle Wagner founded his company in 1945 for the purpose of offering extraordinary bathroom fixtures, accessories and hardware. An architect by training, he recognized that the utilitarian does not have to be mundane. [… read more …]

Sherle Wagner founded his company with his wife Rose in 1945 for the purpose of offering extraordinary bathroom fixtures, accessories and hardware. An architect by training, he recognized that the utilitarian does not have to be mundane. Mr. Wagner thus elevated often-overlooked bath elements to an elegance not previously found on the market. First offering an exquisite dolphin faucet with a 24-karat gold finish, Mr. Wagner’s goal was to offer a discerning clientele the opportunity to “complete the ultimate luxury bathroom.” Exquisite craftsmanship and old-world techniques were of utmost importance in presenting his glorious designs.

Mr. Wagner continued his strong appreciation for art and architecture throughout his life. His finely trained and sensitive eye established the foundation for the company’s exquisite esthetic, which is now synonymous with the finest in taste and craftsmanship.

Soon Sherle Wagner was able to count Presidents and movie stars among his glamorous clientele. Today, each piece from our broad collection is still meticulously fabricated in small batches using old-world techniques in our facility located here in the United States.

Sherle Wagner and Rose 1940
Sherle Wagner and Rose 1940