The faucet on the clawfoot tub in our old home is old, corroded and leaking. I need to order the part online and would appreciate some guidance. I have attached a photo of our old faucet. I know that the distance between the faucet holes in the tub is 3 3/8" and this is found on several of the replacements that I have found online from different suppliers. The size of the handles and the height of the faucet seem cosmetic and so are not important to me in terms of functionality. But there are two other specs that might be more important and I would like to understand better before order this part. I need some clarification on how to understand the connection between the faucet and my plumbing. I have attached a photo of the schematic of a replacement faucet, where the connection is described as "1 inch 14 NPSM." I measured the pipe protruding on the outside of the tub from where the current faucet is attached, and it is 1 inch. So - should this work for me? Or is this not a critical thing. I have seen other faucets available online with a 3/4" connection and wonder if there are adapters available that could make them work. Or not. The other spec is flow rate - I have no idea what I have now. The rate on the faucet in my schematic is 7 GPM. But I have seen other models which are 4 GPM. I do not know how to consider these rates relative to my needs. Our tub faucet is not used for bathing but rather is rigged up to a hand-held shower. Yes, this is an old house and primitive designs, but we are making due for now. I would appreciate any insight folks on this forum may be able to give to me. Thanks!