This Schoenhut doll house bathroom furniture was made in 1932 and the complete set from that year included a toilet of course, vanity and stool, medicine cabinet and shower stall.
Made of light wood; the tub is carved from a single piece and the sink basin is nailed to the pedestal. The nail head acts as a drain and the two wooden knobs are nailed to the top. Enameled in green with silver knobs, much of which has worn away.
Made in 3/4" scale; the tub measures 4" long, 1 1/2" wide and 1 1/4" tall, sink is 1 3/16" tall (1 3/8" to top of knobs) and the basin is 1 3/4" by 1 1/4".
In nice structural condition with some paint chipping, especially on the sink, and a rough spot and missing chunk (and its paint) on the interior of the tub. This flaw was no doubt done in the manufacturing and evidently the pieces were made, at least partially, by hand (and dull tools, in this case). We have shown all sides of both pieces so please use the photographs for a complete illustration of condition.
The Schoenhut company made dollhouse furniture for a short time (1928-1934) and the pieces are much harder to find that the comparable Strombecker (shown in the last picture). The styles changed frequently during its short life but, unlike Strombecker, the paint colors did not so if you are lucky enough to have other pieces to this set you can count on them being this same medium green color.