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Elizabethan Classics 61 Inch Cast Iron Slipper Clawfoot Tub - No Faucet Drillings

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Elizabethan Classics 61 Inch Cast Iron Slipper Clawfoot Tub - No Faucet Drillings
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Elizabethan Classics 61 Inch Cast Iron Slipper Clawfoot Tub - No Faucet Drillings 4.3 5 3 3
Arlington, MA Happy Customer This is exactly the style tub I was looking for to complete my bathroom renovation. Although this was going up into the third floor of my renovated English Colonial, I insisted on the look and feel of a cast iron tub. The final outcome was worth the task of getting that up three flights of stairs! Thank you for a great product! The quality is fantastic, and it looks as though that tub has been here since the house was first built in the 1920's! Jeff October 24, 2009
Super Satisfied I had worked with another company that took months to get a tub delivered. The first tub was broke on arrival and the next two were the wrong tub. I found Vintage Tub and Bath on the internet and placed my order. In a week I had a gorgeous tub that fit perfectly! I was a lot happier with the quality of the tub than what the other company had provided. I was really happy with the product and would certainly recommend using them to anyone. October 13, 2009
Clawfoot Tub Worth it or Not? I was so excited to have my master bath remodel and I looked for the perfect tub to fit. I picked a slipper oil rubbed bronze cast iron clawfoot tub. I figured cast iron would last forever as would the quality and look of the tub as well. I received the tub packed well... but it needed a small army to get it inside my home. Once inside my plumber had a very hard time getting the clawfoot legs to go and be even. He said he had to really work the pieces to get them to fit. Also, I have noticed (since I have been unable to use my clawfoot tub yet) master bedroom still under construction... that perhaps there was a ring mold stain in the bottom of the tub. I am hoping that I am wrong, but if I am right... Not sure how to handle the problem. Certainly can't send the tub back.... and certainly do want to have another tub taken up stairs to my master. It does however look nice and after the floor needed to be re-inforced to hold it without cracking the new tile. I hope all is well. Thanks! July 23, 2008