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1926 Refinished Standard 5' Roll Rim Pedestal Soaking Cast Iron Clawfoot Bathtub


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1926 Refinished Standard 5' Roll Rim Pedestal Soaking Cast Iron Clawfoot Bathtub
New Faucet, Drain & Overflow

In the early 19th century, plumbing reemerged with the installation of underground sewage in much of Europe. Claw foot tubs, initially made of tin or copper, were first produced using cast iron and porcelain enameling in 1873. The company now known as American Standard, along with Kohler, began to enamel the interior to achieve a smooth finish. Before the use of this method, interiors were merely painted, which led to issues like peeling. The newfound enameling technique offered a solution to various maintenance issues.

The first claw foot cast iron tub was first commercially produced in America in 1883 by the Standard Sanitary Company (now American Standard) by using their new method. Early versions of the tub were sold for other purposes, including horse trough or hog scalder in part because of the large size of the tubs. Gaining fame from the mid 1800s, the luxurious soaking prospects found in claw foot tubs began to catch on.

Increasing prominence allowed for variation in the style. The Roll Top or Flat Rim is the standard that is most commonly seen today. The Slipper is less common and has one side higher than the other. Even rarer is the Double Slipper which has both ends raised, and a dip in the middle. These designs are more ergonomic, allowing for better reclining and relaxation.

Peaking in popularity between 1910 through 1920, claw foot tubs have made a comeback because of their quality and timeless beauty! Lending to their charm is the ability for personalization. Owners can easily customize the color to reflect their personal style and occasionally even change out the feet. The grandeur of the clawfoot tub begets a magnificent focal point for any bathroom. The indulgent soak and design offers a spa-like atmosphere. Claw foot tubs are nothing short of classic, which never goes out of style.      

This Vintage Roll Top Claw Foot tub was professionally refinished by re in Crowley, LA and features new fixtures by Kingston Brass. All fixtures and drains are set up for Schedule 40 Plumbing (the most common), so renovations are a snap. The finish on the tub has a 5 year warranty. The interior is Bright White while the exterior body is painted in Farrow & Ball's Purbeck Stone.


Width: 30 inches
Length: 60 inches
Height: 22.5 inches

Width: 24.5 inches
Length: 54 inches
Height: 10.5 inches (to overflow)

Faucet: CC38TI
Plumbing: 4 inches
Drain: 2 inches


For a flat rate of $125.00 (continental) United States and $179.00 Canada, your order is delivered curbside (inside delivery is not available). This price includes crating, insurance, and liftgate delivery. Shipping to a commercial location is also offered upon request for the same price. Shipment can be delayed at the customer's request for 60 days on completed orders; otherwise please allow 7-10 business days after purchase for delivery.  
Note on International Shipping: 
While we don't offer an international shipping option, we are willing to work with a client arranged shipping company. Your item will be packed securely for international travel and available for pickup at our freight dock for no additional cost. Any customs fees, duties, or taxes are the responsibility of the customer. 


Over the years some minor pitting (Very Slight) has occurred, which is typical.  
Overall the sink is near perfect
New Faucet and Drain on most sinks. If the sink is pictured with a faucet & drain, it comes with those items.

About Our Resurfacing Process:

To insure the best possible finish on your new vintage/antique fixture re only uses professional refinishing supplies from the leaders in the industry. All of our technicians are factory trained and certified.

Care & Maintenance Instructions
If you want to keep your refinished surface beautiful for years. Here’s how:

Clean regularly to prevent dirt and grease build-up.
Clean gently: warm water and liquid detergents such as Ivory or Dawn work well. 
Other cleaners that will work well are: Dow Scrubbing Bubbles, Lysol Tub and Tile Cleaner, Lime Away Bathroom/Kitchen cleaner, and Mr. Clean.

Use steel wool or scrubbing pad for cleaning. 
Allow drain opening chemicals, nail polish remover, bleach or other harsh products to touch the finish.
Use suction cup mats or similar products on the finish. 
Allow leaky faucets to continue for long periods of time.

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