Clawfoot Tub Trinket Dish
Prior to this, infrequent family bathing resulted from tedious trips from the woodstove with a tea kettle to wash tubs. The first clawfoot tub was advertised as a "horse trough/hog scalder that when furnished with four legs will serve as a bathing tub". Early plumbing pipes were hollowed out trees until cast iron was imported from England with the first installation in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
Our diminutive souvenir of the Victorian bathtub is cast in metal and will host small what-not in the water closet.
- 4 x 1".
- Painted pewter.
December 28, 2017
Darling little bathtub, quite heavy solid, I like the way it's been antiqued. As other reviewers have said, it's perfect near a sink for rings or wristwatch.
from Dayton Ohio
December 26, 2017
Beautiful item! Wife loved it and immediately put it to use.
from St Louis MO
November 28, 2017
This is super cute! Tiny little tub, pretty color, sturdy, good for putting rings in when washing hands.
from AB Alberta
November 2, 2017
I love this tub I'm so glad I finally bought it. I looks so nice sitting on my bathroom counter. fits in with any bathroom decor nicely. There is something about this piece that attracts the eye and makes you want to pick it up and look at it. Definitely worth the purchase.
from Dade City, Fl
October 26, 2017
The bathtub dish...so cute. My oldest daughter loves it. A bit tiny but none the less cute.