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This medical washstand dates back to 1930, June the 6th ..according to the newspaper packed behind the mirror!
Although it looks absolutely beautiful, the tap is ‘after-market’, as there would have been a basin with a drain hole and plug. Traditionally, water would be poured from a pitcher and the pitcher placed empty under the drain. When the patient was finished washing/brushing, the plug was pulled and the dirty water would drain out into the pitcher.
A beautiful piece with loads of patina and character – very unique and rare (stands 1.7m tall).