1900'S EDWARDIAN J.L MOTT'S AMERICAN BATHROOM RACK
WEIGHTY BRASS CONSTRUCTION, REMNANTS OF NICKEL PLATING.
A weighty brass bathroom wall rack or caddy believed to be of American manufacture. This has remnants of the original nickel plating just visible over the solid brass framework. It attaches to the wall at three points, stabilised by an elegant curved support.
American plumbing led the world at the turn of the last century and we found this model advertised by JL Mott of New Jersey in their lavish bathroom fittings catalogue of 1908. It appears to have been designed to hold large sponges but is equally suitable for other bathtime paraphernalia.
£155.00 including UK p&p
DIMENSIONS: 26cm wide x 14cm depth
15cm projection from wall
28cm maximum height from top of frame to bottom foot support
CONDITION: Good usable condition, brass has been lightly polished but left unlacquered allow patination to occur over time.