Hammered Dark Copper Double Slipper Tub

  • Design: Traditional
  • Product Finish: Dark Antique Copper
  • Features: Pedestal
  • Shape: Oval
  • Length: 70-1/2″
  • Width: 33-1/2″
  • Height: 33-1/8″
  • Tub Interior Length: 51-1/2″
  • Tub Interior Width: 22-1/2″
  • Exterior Treatment: Hammered
  • Interior Treatment: Hammered
  • Metal Gauge/Thickness: 16
  • Tap Deck: No
  • Drain Included: No
  • Drain Placement: Center
  • Faucet Included: No
  • Faucet Drillings: No Drillings
  • Built-In Adjusters: Yes
  • Tub Weight Uncrated (lbs): 107
  • Tub Weight Crated (lbs): 192
SKU: CB_H_DCDSL_70_33_33 Category:

Description

Take a relaxing soak in the 71″ Hammered Dark Copper Double Slipper Tub. A decorative plinth encases the base of the tub, while the lip contains a continuous rolled rim. Forged by hand, this tub adds a warm and rustic look to any bathroom. Pair with an elegant freestanding tub faucet to complete the look.

  • Design: Traditional
  • Product Finish: Dark Antique Copper
  • Features: Pedestal
  • Shape: Oval
  • Length: 70-1/2″
  • Width: 33-1/2″
  • Height: 33-1/8″
  • Tub Interior Length: 51-1/2″
  • Tub Interior Width: 22-1/2″
  • Exterior Treatment: Hammered
  • Interior Treatment: Hammered
  • Metal Gauge/Thickness: 16
  • Tap Deck: No
  • Drain Included: No
  • Drain Placement: Center
  • Faucet Included: No
  • Faucet Drillings: No Drillings
  • Built-In Adjusters: Yes
  • Tub Weight Uncrated (lbs): 107
  • Tub Weight Crated (lbs): 192
  • Dimensions: 70-1/2″ L x 33-1/2″ W (front to back) x 33-1/8″ H (± 1″).
  • Made of 16-gauge copper. Lacquered finish.
  • Copper tubs are handmade and therefore unique. Expect slight variations in finish and dimensions (± 1″).
  • Requires wall or floor-mount tub filler.
  • Overflow option: includes Extended Pop-Up Tub Drain, which can be cut to size at installation.

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