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Toilets, Showers & Etc.

We normally have unusual Victorian era toilet bowls, tanks, complete sets, shower units, sitz baths, foot baths, and odd-ball items available. We are one of the few shops that ever has embossed ornamental toilet bowls in good condition available for sale. We think they define Victorian ornamentation in the bathroom. We will display them and other bathroom oddities in this corner of the warehouse. But, if there is something you want and you do not see it, please inquire- we might have it.
LAST UPDATEDOctober 20, 2017

Classic Standard Mfg. Co ribcage shower. ca.1902s. All complete on clawfoot 36" base. Price $17,000
Beautiful flawless pedestal urinal dated 1924. To be used with oak high tank or some other tank or flush mechanism. 30" tall at back, 24" at front lip, 16" long base. Price $1900
Here is a unique Body Shower, Shampoo unit that would have been on the wall above a built-in bathtub with a shower curtain over it. Body Spray U-Bar, and Shampoo control and outlet with a hook for the hand sprayer head. There is no provision for overhead shower. Very nice early look to this super rare assembly. The manufacturer, The Meyer-Sniffen Co of New York may have been the very best quality maker of plumbing goods in the USA 110 years ago. Price - $1600

A Discussion on Antique Showers

Standard Mfg Co. shower with large mixing chamber, thermometer, side sprays, and round shower receptor.
What is the deal with showers?
I receive a lot inquiries about adapting a shower or at least a hand sprayer to an old rolled rim bathtub that has standing hardware. And there is no good and easy way to do it. And people ask why that is, since the shower or hand sprayer is such a vital and fundamental piece of bathing equipment. Many, many people also comment to me that the bathrooms in their pre-1930s houses, and especially Victorian or Arts & Crafts era homes, lack a shower altogether. And many of these homes are upper class houses or mansions, and even they do not have so much as one shower anywhere in the house! People cannot fathom why that is, since a shower would be the first fixture you would put in a house today, after a toilet and a sink. To provide enlightenment on the history of residential showers in America, as well as to try to explain why antique showers today have to be so doggoned expensive, I offer the following information, most of which is taken directly from an article that appeared in the Nov/Dec 1994 issue of the bible for antique home owners, the Old House Journal. The writer is Stephen del Sordo, environmental engineer and old house historian and preservationist.

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