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 Antique Bath Accessories
Add the perfect accent to finish your vintage bath with these original antique bath accessories.

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new soap tainer

Circa 1955 “Soap ‘Tainer” Soap Holders
  So funky they’re cool! These deco-styled wall mounted plastic soap holders have an internal grabber that holds a bar of soap suspended where it remains clean, dry, and out of sight.  Turn the lever on the side and the bar pops out where it can be grabbed, used, and returned to the ‘tainer to dry. New old stock in original boxes with mounting template & hardware.
OBA0503.1 Soap ‘Tainer, Gray, 6 available  49.00   reserve
OBA0503.6 Soap ‘Tainer, Blue, SOLD OUT

BR12103 closed

“Donner” Concealed Soapdish
These were all the rage back in the late 1950’s through the ‘60’s.  Basically, this unit mounted in the wall and hid your soap from view.  This one originally had a container for toothbrushes as well, but it’s long gone.  The plating is decent, with some scratches and scuffs.  It measures 7 7/8” wide by 8 3/4” tall and will require a recess of 6 1/4” wide by 7 1/2” tall.
BR12103 Soapdish SOLD

BR12103 open

1906 “Springfield” Cast-Iron Paper holder
Here’s a rare one!  Made by the Morgan Envelope Company, this does NOT accept a modern roll...  The paper for these haven’t been made in many years so this holder really is for the purist.  You’ll have to hand wind them.  The interesting thing, this holder will limit the user to just a couple sheets per wipe.  (Toilet paper used to be rather expensive and extravagant....)
BR09907 “Springfield” paper holder 195.00 reserve


1950’s Hallmack “Coronado” Tumbler Holder
Another rare find!  Hallmack’s model # 645.  Nine available, chrome only.  No date on the box, but lack of Zip Code in the address puts these solidly in the 1950’s.  Unit measures 6” by 6”, 9 available.  Unit may require a recessed wall clamp for new installations, (sold separately)  Original tumblers not available, you’ll have to supply your own....
BR10702 Tumbler Holder 45.00 reserve

BR10703 Clamp, not pictured  10.00 reserve

“Hallmack 338” Concealed Combination Lavy unit
This unit dates back to December 1975, and is still new-in box.  Polished Brass is the finish.  It measures 8 5/8” tall by 7 3/8” wide, and still has the original plastic soapdish inside, still wrapped up from the factory.  While these have provisions for a tumbler, one isn’t supplied.  Click here for a large interior view.  We haven’t had one of these this nice in a long time, don’t let it escape!
BR1731 Hallmack 338 Combo 295.00 addtocartmini


1925 “San-o-la” Toilet Paper Holders
Carefully salvaged from the now-demolished St. Francis hotel in Portland Oregon, these are a rare find.    They do all have minor scratches in the original nickel finish, and they extend from the wall 3 3/4” and are 5 1/2” wide.  Some have the original black roller (pictured), others have Oak rollers.  33 available!
BR12101 San-O-La holder 49.00 reserve

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