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Our Original Antique Bowls are cleaned, sanitized, water tested, and inspected for the tiniest flaws. Please keep in mind that bowls will show normal signs of use and wear. All Bowls include spud and installation hardware.
 Bowls are graded for condition using the following guidelines:
Bowls described as “Excellent” are as nearly new as possible with no visible damage and at least 90% of their original surface luster.. Keep in mind that a bowl from 1910 rated as “excellent” might have more signs of wear than a bowl from 1950 with the same rating.
Bowls described as “Very Good” have at least 80% of the original luster but might have small chips, crazing, or discolorations in places where most people wouldn’t notice them.
Bowls described as “Good” are perfectly useable but have visible stains, cracks, chips, or other flaws.
We generally don’t handle anything rated “Poor” unless it is a particularly rare or unusual bowl. “Poor” would indicate a structurally sound bowl with with very noticable blemishes or chips.
Color: “AW” indicates “Antique White. “MW” indicates “Modern White” Toilet colors vary from brand to brand, so you should match a bowl to the same brand of tank. Bowls made after about 1954 and refinished bowls will be the brighter, modern white color. If you are going to have new or refinished fixtures in the bathroom, you should select Modern White fixtures to insure a color match.
Spud Size: Generally, bowls with a 2” spud may be used with either a high or low tank (exceptions will be specified.) Bowls with 1-1/2” or 1-1/4” spuds are for high tank installations only.
Pipe Size: Most of our old bowls must be installed on a 4” closet flange that’s attached to 4” pipe. They will NOT fit on a modern 4” x 3” closet flange unless specified  otherwise. .

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Mfg date

Make / Model

Rough-in” /pipe size”

Color

Spud Size

Description / Condition

 

OTB13073

1905

Crane
“Enarc”

16/4

AW

1.25”

washout bowl, beaded rim elephant trunk design.  Hightank only.  One chip around front left bolt hole, no other issues.

OTB13073
SOLD

irvin bowl

1915

Western Supply
Company
“Irvin”

14/4

AW

2”

Branded bowl, bottom of trap is crazed but does not leak.  Very nice logo

OT0755
250.00

reserve
 

OTB1411

1933

Standard
“Modernus”

14/4

AW

2”

No chips or cracks, one stain on front lip of bowl.  Inside still glossy

OTB1411
SOLD

OTB130501

1906

Trenton Pottery Co.

14/4

AW

2”

Nice detail line around base, has the letter “T” in a triangle as a logo.  One ding on the front of the bowl, otherwise excellent condition

OTB130501
SOLD

OTB110703

1951

Case

12/3

MW

2”

Stains inside bowl, exterior nice and shiny.  Modern white

OTB110703
275.00

reserve
 

OTB0722

No date stamp, but probably early ‘20’s

H-M & S
“Volga”

14/4

AW

2”

Overall very good condition, tight crack across one rear bolt hole,  does not go through.  Stamped “T.J.S.” on back and bottom of bowl

OTB0722
595.00

reserve
 

OTB120702

1960
(?)

American
Standard

14/3

MW

2”

There’s a couple scuffs inside the trap from a drain snake, but that’s it.  Modernus style bowl, just not labeled Modernus

OTB120702
300.00

reserve
 

OB0704.1

Circa
1920

Pacific Style

14/4

AW

2”

1” scratch in bowl, wear all over, no name or date.

OTB0704
295.00

reserve
 

OTB130502

1909

Trenton Pottery Co.
(also has early Crane Co. logo)
“Seattle”

14/4

AW

2”

Beaded Rim Bowl, no chips or cracks, but does have wear from frequent cleaning both on rim and front base of bowl.  Factory Black spot under rim (visible in photo)
Good early bowl.

OTB130502
650.00

reserve
 

OTB1412

1949

Kilgore

10/4

AW

2”

No chips or cracks, specks in glaze along front rim.  Unusual rough-in

OTB1412
375.00
reserve
 

OTB10900

1933

Standard
“Moderno”

14/4

AW

2”

Bowl etched inside from acidic water, otherwise very good condition

OTB10900
SOLD

OTB0516

11/27/23

Pacific

14/4

AW

1-1/4

Fair condition.
has wear on rim and some marks around bolt holes where old seat was hacksawed off.  Rare 1-1/4” spud for high tank only. Not bad looking, just scratched up. Great for rustic looking high tank set

OTB0516
295.00

reserve
 

OTB13072

1907

Acme Vitreous
made for
Harper and Reynolds Co.
“Tia Juana”

14/4

AW

1-1/4

Early California bowl, nice detail line around base, no cracks, does have one small chip front edge of bowl.  Nice logo

OTB13072
795.00

reserve
 

OTB130402

1941

Kohler
“Trent”

14/4

AW

2”

Some wear from drain snake in bottom of trap, otherwise excellent.

OTB130402
SOLD

OTB1413

1943

Standard
“Modernus”

12/4

AW

2”

A few marks in the trap from Drain Snake, otherwise Excellent condition

OTB1413
SOLD

OTB0520

1929
approx.

Unknown

14/4

AW

2”

Good.
Outside of bowl is very good, inside of bowl has lots of crazing.

OTB0520
295.00

reserve
 

otb08803

1910

Thom. Maddox and sons

14/4

AW

2”

Interior of bowl worn, crazed, but watertight.  Foot of bowl crazed as well.  Has “character”

OTB08803
350.00

reserve
 

OTB0613

Late ‘20’s (no date stamp)

Unknown

12/4

AW

2”

Poor, lousy factory glaze job, probably one of the late 20’s knock-offs that were sold when everyone was installing plumbing in older homes

OTB0613
195.00

reserve 

OTB0524

1928
approx

Unknown

 16/4

AW

2”

Very Good
has some wear in bowl
Very rare 16” rough-in

OTB0524
SOLD

OTB110705

1948

Kohler
“Trent”

14/4

AW

2”

Scuffs around left seat hole where someone (not us) cut off seat with hacksaw.  Otherwise, Very Good

OTB110705
350.00

reserve
 

OTB10904

1928

Crane
“Illini”

14/4

AW

2

Some discoloration around the rear of the base.  no cracks, but there...

OTB10904
SOLD

OTB0530

1922

Douglas.
Has “The best is Cheapest” logo on rear of rim.

12/4

AW

2

Poor. Has scratches all over, some repairable cracks in glaze.

OTB0530
295.00

reserve
 

OB0709.1

Circa 1960

American
Standard

 

Tan

 

“Standard” Sandlewood Tan wall-mount close coupled toilet.  Sorry, no tank.  Excellent original condition

OTB0709
200.00

reserve
 

OTB110706

1933

Tepeco

10/4

AW

2

Cracks around rear bolt hole (visible in pic) does not go through.  Rare rough-in though...

OTB110706
250.00

reserve
 

OTB12105

1910

Crane
“Okalona
Seattle”

14/4

AW

2

Some very light staining in bowl, no chips or cracks, nice beaded rim bowl

OTB12105
695.00

reserve
 

OTB13074

1910
-ish

Douglas
“Leader”

12/4

AW

2

Rare 12” rough bowl (most of this vintage are 14”).  No chips or cracks

OTB13074
SOLD

OTB12107

1911

Crane
“Okalona
Junior”

14/4

AW

2

Beaded rim bowl, Unusually short model only 14” tall.  Some scuffs inside bowl, no chips or cracks

OTB12107
695.00

reserve
 

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All Bathroom Machineries Original Antique toilet bowls, sinks, and fixtures are carefully cleaned, sanitized, water tested, & inspected for the tiniest defects. 
We are not a salvage yard, we are architectural antique restoration specialists
committed to providing  like-new and professionally restored fixtures.

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