Following a fire at Christiansborg Palace in 1884, the palace sought to replenish the belongings and property that were lost in the incident. Fritz Toxborg's father, Edgar was working for the equipment company Auchenberg, who supplied the palace with sanitary fittings throughout the reconstruction process. It was from here that the name ‘Christiansborg’ was given to this model tap. Many decades later, as part of TONI Copenhagen's relaunch of the fitting in 1985, the palace was again the first to order the high arc tap for Amalienborg Palace. With its characteristic five-branched handle, it was as appreciated then as it is now for its timeless honesty and somewhat poetic expression. The Christiansborg fitting is the perfect addition to both modern interiors and classical residences, seamlessly integrating itself into its surroundings as a natural part of the decor.