Fountain spouts and scuppers *

It's hard to get a sense of the sizes of the spouts just from the pictures. this might help

size

Here's something to help guage the relative sizes of the spouts. Think of clothing sizes: S M L XL. Hopefully, you're familiar enough with a milk carton that it gives you a sense of the individual sizes. The exact sizes of the spouts are available on the item cut-sheets.

Arc

How far the spout spits out water might not matter in you installation, but when it matters - it really matters. The answer depends on the amount of water running through the spout and the size of the pipe used to connect the fixture. Use the listed sizes as a guide and consult the flow-profile for more detailed information.

Karlo fountain spout
shown with traditional bronze patina and wax coating

Karlo

price:$350
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  • size: M
  • arc: M
  • flow: 1-3 GPM
Big Karlo bronze fountain spout
shown with traditional patina and wax finish

Big Karlo

price:$375
  • size: L
  • arc: M
  • flow: 2-5 GPM
Oona fountain spout
traditional patina and wax finish (weathered a couple of months)

Oona

price:$375
  • size: L
  • arc: M
  • flow: 2-5 GPM
Kepik fountain spout
shown with traditional patina and wax coating

Kepik

price:$300
  • size: M
  • arc: S-M
  • flow: 1-3 GPM
Small Oona fountain spout
shown with traditional patina and wax coating

Small Oona

price:$350
  • size: M
  • arc: S-M
  • flow: 1-4 GPM
Neenah fountain spout
shown with traditional patina and wax coating

Neenah

price:$275
  • size: S
  • arc: S
  • flow: under 2 GPM

* The current trend is to call this style of spout a scupper. Technically these fixtures aren't scuppers, but there's nothing preventing you from using then that way. A group of three Big Karlo spouts could work out fairly nicely if used that way.