I THINK there was a marble vanity to the left.
I THINK there was a high-tank toilet to the right.
I THINK each rested upon marble slabs. The rest of the flooring was (and still is) porcelain geometric tiles by the American Encaustic Tiling Company.
I DON’T KNOW if the vanity had an marble apron (as shown in the image) or was just a marble slab top. I’m inclined to the latter.
I DON’T KNOW if the vanity had a high marble backsplash as shown in the image, or the extant white quartz wainscoting doubled as the backsplash. I am inclined to the latter.
I DON’T KNOW if the 1894 vanity was held up with legs as shown above, or brackets. I am inclined to both actually. Non-standard brackets in back; legs in front.
In short, I have a lot of I THINKS and I DON’T KNOWS. I would prefer THIS IS CERTAIN!
Hmm. This is all quite vexing.
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