c1930s Pit-a-Pat Wooden Bathroom Sink @ £55.00SOLD
Here is a cream painted wooden 1930s Pit-a-Pat bathroom sink with mirror and imitation taps in the form of metal tacks. Refreshingly the mirror is in a relatively good condition, the mirror on these type of pieces can so often be heavily tarnished. The mirror is backed with original red paper to help keep it in place. This has an upper shelf situated under the mirror, very useful for storing all your miniature bathroom knick knacks. On the back you can see just a tiny hint of what used to be the original red and black paper label, most of it is now long gone. Overall this is in a good played with condition and a lovely piece for your antique bathroom. Measures 4 5/8″ back height x 2 1/2″ wide x 1 1/2″ deep x just over 2 1/2″ basin height.
Ref: Pit-a-Pat Bathroom Sink
Suitable for 1/12th scale dolls house or old dolls house where scale does not matter