Even though this bathroom set is not marked, it is evident that it was made in Germany. There is a pedestal sink, a bathtub, and a toilet. This set looks to be from the 1930s. The sink is 4-1/2" tall with a 3" diameter at the bowl and a 1-1/2" diameter at the foot. It has the metal hardware minus a handle and spout. The bathtub is 6-3/8" deep x 2-3/4" wide x just over 2-3/4" tall. It does have all of it's hardware. The toilet is 4-1/2" tall x 2-1/4" wide x 3-3/8" deep. The lid is hinged. It originally had another pipe that went from the tank to the base. The holes are there. The bottom hole can be seen in picture #8. This set is in a large 1" to 1-1/2" scale.
This bathroom set has been enjoyed by generations. It has been repainted maybe a couple of times through the years. Picture #9 shows the bases that were never painted. The sink, other than missing a handle and spout as I listed above, is chewed up at the base. This can be seen in picture #3. When you look at picture #9, you can see that someone added wood filler. It is the dark spot on the round piece at the right side. As I mentioned above, there is a pipe that is missing on the toilet that could be easily replaced.
I love that this set was treasured and repaired through the years.