London, South Kensington
24 July 2007
AN EARLY VICTORIAN SIMULATED BAMBOO TOLE SHOWER AND FOOT BATH
MID 19TH CENTURY BY FALLOW AND ADCOCK
With water release mechanism and hand pump to the base. Label Fallow Adcock No4 Helkin Street West Belgrave Square London. The body of the shower number 2662. A later simulated bamboo tole footbath with simulated marble insert.
Shower 94in.(240cm.) high; 34in.(86cm.) diameter; Footbath 19in.(48cm.) high; 22in.(56cm.) wide (2)
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Please note: The estimate for this lot should read £500-800
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