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post #46 of 66
One of these:
post #47 of 66
A must:

http://www.signaturehardware.com/product2754
post #48 of 66
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Originally Posted by johnapril

All I can say is that we live in a very interesting world when we can search the internet, find a $26,000 item, and just "add to cart" and check out.
post #49 of 66
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Originally Posted by Lucky Strike
One of these
The gold spray paint's worn off in spots and the velour looks a bit tired, man.

Not sure it's quite right for Righteous Slick Groovin' Pimp Daddy Nantucket Red Shizzle.
post #50 of 66
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Originally Posted by johnapril
I don't know, man -- it looks like a cannibal cooking pot from Williams-Sonoma. Or is that the idea? Thank you for the anthropophagy.

BTW, is that the throne of Emperor Maximilian of Mexico up above?
post #51 of 66
Clawfoot Supply also offers the Dagobert Wooden Toilet Throne. Stands 63-3/4" H and is carved from solid ash wood. This unique bathroom fixture has a rich brown finish complemented with hand-painted porcelain features including an inscribed plaque, decorative hand-pull, and ashtray. The front of the toilet bowl and seat handle are also painted in a traditional French style. A wrought iron candleholder is mounted to the throne back (candle is included). The Dagobert features a rear bell prompted by each flush and plays ''Le Bon Roi Dagobert'', a song about a king who arrived at the minister’s council with his trousers on backwards, each time the lid is lifted.

Size: 63-3/4" H x 25-1/2" W x 29-1/2" D. Standard 1.6 gallons per flush.
12" rough-in.

Made in France

$12,183.00
post #52 of 66
Johnapril is not exaggerating:

http://www.signaturehardware.com/product3707
post #53 of 66
Quote:
Originally Posted by RJman
BTW, is that the throne of Emperor Maximilian of Mexico up above?
Indeed it is. Poor Max didn't get to use it much, though.
post #54 of 66
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Originally Posted by Nantucket Red
The gold spray paint's worn off in spots and the velour looks a bit tired, man.
Pah...can you say "patina"? I see it as my life's work to introduce new money to old furniture.
post #55 of 66
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Originally Posted by Lucky Strike
Pah...can you say "patina"?

I see it as my life's work to introduce new money to old furniture.

The OP should appreciate your efforts, but I'm not sure Emperor Max's throne will quite fit in with his zebra stripe motif. :
post #56 of 66
While you're shopping, you should pick up a country:

http://www.sealandgov.org/
post #57 of 66
Quote:
Originally Posted by johnapril
(candle is included)
That's one hell of a deal!
post #58 of 66
"The Dagobert Wooden Toilet Throne stands 63 3/4" H and is carved from solid ash wood. This unique bathroom fixture has a rich brown finish complemented with hand-painted porcelain features including an inscribed plaque, decorative hand-pull, and ashtray. The front of the toilet bowl and seat handle are also painted in a traditional French style. A wrought iron candleholder is mounted to the throne back (candle is included). The Dagobert features a rear bell prompted by each flush and plays Le Bon Roi Dagobert each time the lid is lifted."
post #59 of 66
Just go out and buy a Suburban Castle--and instant luxury!
post #60 of 66
Quote:
Originally Posted by RJman
I don't know, man -- it looks like a cannibal cooking pot from Williams-Sonoma. Or is that the idea? Thank you for the anthropophagy.

BTW, is that the throne of Emperor Maximilian of Mexico up above?
We know you prefer Bokassa and his Berlutis:

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