This is an unusual clear glass and nickel plated 24-3/4" long towel bar and ends circa 1920 made by "San-o-La". The unusual curved ends are in very good condition with some light pitting to the plating.
The Art Brass Company was based at 299 East 134th Street in New York City in the early part of the twentieth century. The company created beautiful solid brass bathroom fixtures that were usually nickel plated. The fixtures stand the test of time due to their solid brass casting. Their nickel plating was also much smoother, heavier, and “brighter” than other manufacturers of that time. The company had their items installed into hotels and Government buildings throughout the world. Later on the company was known as San-O-La. The company made every accessory that your early 20th century bathroom could require. There was an array of soap dishes, glass shelving, towel bars, cup holders, toilet paper holders, and robe hooks in their catalogs.
Base: 2" x 2-1/8"
Overall Length: 24-1/2"
Rod Diameter: 1/2"
This antique item is in good condition with no major flaws or damage.
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