As there was a French expression to go to the throne to say to go to the Toilets, Herbeau realized the combination between the Merovingian throne style and the holed armchair toilet of the XIXth century.
Merovingian is the king dynasty in FRANCE at 7th century and the most famous of them was DAGOBERT. There is a child song about this king who arrived at the ministerís council with his trousers on the wrong side. You obtain this music LE BON ROI DAGOBERT when you raise the lid.
This throne is realized in solid ash with three layers of polyurethane coating. It is equipped with a toilet bowl and an extra thin tank in the back.
The front of the bowl is hidden behind the earthenware front panel with its Moustier Polychrome pattern. Many accessories complete this throne: The poem of MUSSET to the writer woman George SAND about the toilets hides a visit space to the cistern flush.When you pull the chain for the flush, you have a bell, which informs you that the operation has ended.Included in the arm, you have the ashtray, and the candle is ready to help you in case of electricity breakage. This throne highlights the toilets of many Restaurants and private homes around the world.Size: 63 3/4 H. x 25 1/2 W 29 1/2 D