A unique set of antique washbasins. A 'linked' set on three columns. Unique because of the mixed technique in the glaze, a white background in combination with a special glaze that had to imitate marble, black marble in this case.
One such set of washbasins is in the recently restored public toilets in England's Rothesay Harbor. A public men's toilet was built there in 1899, equipped with urinals and washbasins made by the famous Henley firm Twyford's. The building has recently been restored. This set probably also comes from Twyford's factory and probably dates from the same date.
The set is in good condition for its age with minor signs of wear. At the front, a small piece of the pottery has broken off, where the two washbasins meet with a small overlapping edge. We can also take care of the restoration if desired.
The price of this set is solely on request.