Fabulous Circa 1860 French Toilette For A Fashion
This miniature French toilette was made circa 1860-70. The toilette is painted tin....and it actually works! There is a built-in water reserve located in the back of the piece. When it is filled with water, the water comes out the front water spout! There is a mirror in a frame at the top of the piece. The 2 drawers open for storing necessities. There is a towel bar on each side. The spout is brass and made in the image of a swan's head. The waste bucket is located at the base of the piece. Decorative scroll work abounds!
I have never seen another. I think it is a wonderful piece that works well in a display with a French Fashion Circa 1860-70...like a Rohmer.
Size: Height 11 1/2", Height to counter with washbowl 6 1/4", width 7" not including towel bars.
Condition: Overall excellent with normal paint losses.
A French child would have been delighted to play with a working miniature of the toilette used in her home during this period. Perhaps, your inner child would like to do some playing with this fabulous miniature French toilette, too!
Item ID: 2011-250
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East Greenbush, NY
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