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New Arrivals!! 

Circa 1900 “Pfau Mfg” Copper tank with Peerless bowl
These copper tanks are rarely seen anymore.  This particular tank has been matched with an early Peerless branded bowl.  We stripped off the 15 coats of paint that had been applied to this tank, cleaned up the copper, and discovered that whomever had prepped the tank for it’s first coat of paint had sanded heavily on the metal.  We decided that it would be too risky to fully polish it back out, so the copper is in a “brushed” finish.  There’s no protective coating on the tank, so it will age quickly.  Click here for a close-up of tank.  If purchasing the complete set, the bowl will need to set on a 14” rough-in and a 4” closet flange.  Pictured seat is Mahogany, sold separately.  Bowl does have one chip at left front bolt hole, will mostly be hidden by bolt caps.
OT16121 Tank and Bowl, less seat SOLD

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1937 Crane Neuvogue Console sink
When it comes to lavatory sinks, these are the rarest of the rare.  Designed by Henry Dreyfuss, these were only found in very high-end properties, and the console version was the least common.  This particular sink was been fully restored back to the original chrome finish, and the sink shows hardly any wear.  I could only find two tiny chips, both of which were no larger than a grain of sand.  This sink is 27” wide by 21 1/2” front to back, and it stands 31” tall.  The side towel bars are adjustable in height, and can be set wherever you would like them.  If you are into Art Deco fixtures, they do not come better than this!    Truck freight only, call today for a shipping quote.
WHS16111 Crane Neuvogue sink SOLD

1937 Crane Neuvogue Pedestal Sink
This sink is the Holy Grail of pedestal sinks.  Designed by Henry Dreyfuss, this sink represents the pinnacle of Art Deco sink design.  Rarer than Hen’s teeth, it took us three years to come up with all the parts, and then we had to come up with a conversion kit to replace the original cartridges with something that actually works.  This sink is the C-200 version, and it is 27 1/4” wide by 22” front to back, and stands 31” tall.  There are a few scuffs on the top of the waterfall spout, and a couple on the front lip.  There was a chip on the bottom right corner of the pedestal, it’s been repaired.  Click on the photo for a larger view.  Truck freight only!  Call for quote.
PS16111 Neuvogue sink SOLD

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Circa 1890 John Douglas “Torrent” Urinal
This is one cool urinal!  It’s made of porcelain, and features an unusual trap.  This urinal has a built in trap, but the outlet is exposed.  All you have to do is run a short 1 1/2” tailpiece down, and a wall arm to the drain in the wall.  Condition is excellent for 120 years old, there are a few scuffs inside, and one thumbnail sized chip behind the trap.  It is not exposed to the eye.  This urinal is 23” tall by 18” wide and has an open drain.  There is no provision for a grid.  The fantastic John Douglas logo is located just to the right of the inlet, and can be viewed below.  There was no date stamp anywhere to be found, but similar urinals date to between 1885 and 1920.  The logo and style of script make this an earlier version.  This is the best example of an early urinal that we’ve had in the last 20 years, don’t let it escape!
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