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Bath: Manufactum Fixtures

July 3, 2008

If you can’t visit Manufactum’s new store in Cologne, Germany, it’s worth the extra trouble (and shipping expense) to source these utilitarian retro toilet roll holders. The prices are reasonable; especially compared with high-end Samuel Heath or Waterworks fixtures.

Below: Enamelled cast iron Toilet Roll Holder; from a German ironworks that has been producing bath fittings since 1870; £13.50.

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Below: Spare Roll Holder, from the same German ironworks; £13.

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Below: Enamelled cast iron Toilet Roll Holder with Cover; from the same German ironworks as the above products; £42.

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Below: Manufactum’s own German-made China Toilet Roll Holder; £15.80.
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