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Bath Tubs - Clawfeet

Bath Tubs: Clawfoot - The Regent

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Go Bath and Bed: The Regent
Clawfoot Bathtub
Bañera con Pies de Garraa
60" L x 30" W x 22" D,
Material: Acrylic with reinforced fiberglass,
Chrome claw feet
No bathtub faucet drillings
Overall Product Weight: 95 lb.
Basin Area Bottom: 16.5" D
Seating Capacity: 1
$2,400.00
$1,679.99
$30% Off

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Bathtub-Bañera Clawfoot Bathtub Clawfoot Bathtub
Go Bath and Bed: The Regent
Clawfoot Bathtub
Bañera con Pies de Garraa
60" L x 30" W x 22" D,
Material: Acrylic with reinforced fiberglass,
Brushed Nickel claw feet
No bathtub faucet drillings
Overall Product Weight: 95 lb.
Basin Area Bottom: 16.5" D
Seating Capacity: 1
$2,400.00
$1,679.99
$30% Off

Ships in 1-2 weeks
Bathtub-Bañera Clawfoot Bathtub Clawfoot Bathtub
Go Bath and Bed: The Regent
Clawfoot Bathtub
Bañera con Pies de Garraa
60" L x 30" W x 22" D,
Material: Acrylic with reinforced fiberglass,
Oil-Rubbed Bronze claw feet
No bathtub faucet drillings
Overall Product Weight: 95 lb.
Basin Area Bottom: 16.5" D
Seating Capacity: 1
$2,400.00
$1,679.99
$30% Off

Ships in 1-2 weeks
Bathtub-Bañera Clawfoot Bathtub Clawfoot Bathtub
Go Bath and Bed: The Regent
Clawfoot Bathtub
Bañera con Pies de Garraa
60" L x 30" W x 22" D,
Material: Acrylic with reinforced fiberglass,
White claw feet
No bathtub faucet drillings
Overall Product Weight: 95 lb.
Basin Area Bottom: 16.5" D
Seating Capacity: 1
$2,400.00
$1,679.99
$30% Off

Ships in 1-2 weeks

The Regent: Description

The Regent is the original and most popular Restoria model. Classically styled after traditional Victorian cast-iron bathtubs, the Regent is 60" long with a 20" base width. As with all Restoria Bathtubs, clawfoot finishes are available in chrome, brushed nickel, oil-rubbed bronze, brass, or painted to your custom-picked color.

100% Made in USA

  • Overall: 67'' L x 29.5'' W x 24.5'' D
  • Basin Area Bottom Depth - Top to Bottom: 12.5''
  • Material: Acrylic
  • Installation: Freestanding
  • Bath Therapy Type: Soaking
Features
  • Regent collection
  • Material: Acrylic with reinforced fiberglass
  • White acrylic traditional roll top claw foot
  • Design: Classic old world or nostalgic charm of antique
  • White Acrylic traditional roll top claw foot bathtub
  • Exterior mimics old world cast iron claw foot bathtubs
  • Bathtub wall hole faucet drillings
  • Made in the USA
  • Manufacturer provides lifetime warranty
Product Details
  • Slip Resistant: Yes
  • Material: Fiberglass; Acrylic
  • Installation: Freestanding
  • Bath Therapy Type: Bathtub
  • Seating Capacity: 1
  • Product Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty
  • Tub Style: Clawfoot
  • Drain Assembly Included: No
  • Drain Placement: Universal
  • Overflow Drain: Yes
  • Valve Included: No

Feature Details

Bath Therapy Type: Bathtub Installation: Freestanding
Tub Style: Clawfoot Material: Fiberglass; Acrylic: Material Details: Acrylic with reinforced fiberglass
Shape: Oval Slip Resistant: Yes
Seating Capacity: 1 Seat Included: No
Drain Assembly Included: No Drain Placement: Universal
Overflow Drain: Yes Valve Included: No
Handles Included: No Tile Flange Included: No
Undermount Kit Included: No Capacity: 65 Gallons
Feet Included: Yes Risers Included: Yes
Country of Manufacture: USA
   

Assembly

Assembly Required: No  
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Warranty

Product Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty  
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Part Numbers for The Regent Clawfoot Tubs

R501-B-WH Color: Brass Feet
R501-C-WH Color: Chrome Feet
R501-N-WH Color: Brushed Nickel Feet
R501-O-WH Color: Oil Rubbed Bronze Feet
R501-P-WH Color: White Feet
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R501-B-NH (No bathtub faucet pre-drillings) Color: Brass Feet
R501-C-NH (No bathtub faucet pre-drillings) Color: Chrome Feet
R501-N-NH (No bathtub faucet pre-drillings) Color: Brushed Nickel Feet
R501-O-NH (No bathtub faucet pre-drillings) Color: Oil Rubbed Bronze Feet
R501-P-NH (No bathtub faucet pre-drillings) Color: White Feet
   

What is a Clawfoot (claw foot)Tub?

Clawfoot (or ball-and-claw foot) tubs are generally oval in shape and have a rolled rim. The feet are usually quite decorative and sometimes mimic the feet of American furniture around the late 1800s. Because the tub use to be cast iron, it was quite heavy and had to be set on reinforced floors. Often in the old days tubs were found on the first floor of the house.

Documentation of the first personal bath tub goes back to the Isle of Crete in ancient Greece. Wealthy Roman citizens bathed frequently in ornately decorated bathing rooms. Marble was generally used for the tubs and lead and bronze were used for the early plumbing systems. In the United States, regular bathing was not popular among the general public until around the late 1800s, when cast iron made its first appearance. The claw-foot cast iron tub was the first commercially produced bath tub in the United States.

Today, clawfoot style tubs can be purchased in acrylic and fiberglass and don't require any special installation. Because of the conductivity of cast-iron tubs, antique claw foot tubs retain either heat or cold for long periods of time. Many people find them uncomfortable because in cold weather they can be quite cold, and take lots of hot water to heat up. In addition, an antique cast iron tub will likely have to be retrofitted to accommodate modern plumbing. This means a professional plumber will likely be needed to install a genuine antique tub in your home.

Side Note: Farmers of the past and even today, use these tubs for animal troughs. The Earliest versions of the tub were actually primarily sold for this purpose.

Before the bathtub became fashionable, cleaning was done by most Americans with chamber pots and washbowls.