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'The Charroux-59-PN' 59" Cast Iron Chariot Tub with PURE METAL Polished Nickel Exterior and Drain
'The Charroux-59-PN' 59" Cast Iron Chariot Tub with PURE-METAL Polished Nickel Exterior and Drain


 
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Requires a freestanding or wall mount tub filler (no deck holes)
Faucet sold separately
Pure Metal Polished Nickel Exterior
Cast iron tub with pure white, thick gloss enamel interior
Tub drain FD02 included

Complies with ASME A112.19.1/CSA B45.2-2018
MA Code Accepted
Dimensions on cast iron tubs can vary by up to 2% from drawing sizes

Specification Sheet 59" Charroux Chariot Standing Bathtub
Specification Sheet FD02 Drain
Price: $6,195.00



Availability:: This package must be specially prepared and will leave our factory in 6 to 8 weeks
Product Code: PEN-CHARRPN59


Drain Finish*:
Supply in chrome (no extra)
Supply in brushed nickel [Add $45.00]
Supply in oil rubbed bronze [Add $55.00]
Supply in polished nickel [Add $65.00]
Supply in matte/eggshell black [Add $65.00]
Supply in unvarnished brushed brass [Add $65.00]

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'The Charroux-59-PN' 59" Cast Iron Chariot Tub with PURE METAL Polished Nickel Exterior and Drain

Product Details
A simply superb Chariot freestanding tub finished in Pure-Metal Polished Nickel Exterior. Our inspiration to manufacture this gorgeous bathtub came from an original Chariot tub produced by the French company Rogeat in Lyon, France around 1850.
We take the tub as it comes from the mold and treat it to present the appearance of being dipped in pure, thick molten metal. This is not a painted or faux finish, it is actual metal, all the finish markings are natural from the mold. We apply and bond several coats of pure, thick nickel before hand polishing to a beautiful mirror finish, leaving the original mold marks on the tub.
A fabulous bathtub that will be the absolute centerpiece of any luxury spa retreat bathroom.

Finishing
After finishing, we protect it with an application of four coats of natural beeswax. The exterior does not rust, but will darken and deepen very slightly as it ages. If you prefer to maintain the highly polished finish forever, simply use some Mothers polish and apply and remove gently with a fiber cloth.