A reader has some vintage fixtures in need of a new residence. There’s a corner pedestal sink, a large pedestal sink and a wall mounted toilet available to give your bathroom a historic vibe.
The sinks were originally produced by Thomas Maddock’s Sons Co. The company had multiple name changes after it was established in the late 1850s but the stamp on both sinks dates them to post 1902. You can check out some circa 1920s bathrooms fixtures in a catalog produced by the company and available online in the Building Technology Heritage Library at Archive.org.
More pictures and details on all the fixtures are in the forum post below.
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