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Antique Solid Brass Toilet Roll Holder

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Finest Quality Brass Toilet Roll Holder On a Oak Back Plate

£85
(inc VAT)

In stock - Ref: TRB

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  • This is an Antiqued Solid Brass Toilet Roll Holder
  • It was first made in 1884 by the sanitary paper company and appeared in the ironmonger periodical of that year
  • It was reported as being the first holder able to use unperforated toilet paper
  • It starts a new lease of life today, faithfully copied from the original and manufactured in solid brass with an antiqued nickel plating
  • It has been mounted on a seasoned oak back plate which perfectly sets off the detail of the casting
  • The Toilet Roll Holder can be removed from the oak back plate for mounting direct to your wall
  • The Toilet Roll Holder alone measures 170mm wide x 155mm tall
  • The Oak back plate measures approximately 200mm wide x 180mm tall
  • They have been faithfully reproduced to the quality and standard of our former peers
  • In keeping with tradition, this is not lacquered, allowing the items to age gracefully

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