A mahogany Portable Bidet with tin liner.
The legs to this bidet are made to fit inside each other when folded, to cover the base. They are rebated to form a neat join when closed and fixed in place by a brass slide catch. The wider leg has a flush brass ring pull handle to make it easier to release it. When set up, the legs are held open by hinged mahogany lopers. The lid is locked with a brass push button catch and there is a hanging ring to the opposite side. The lid is hinged to fall parallel to the open legs when open.
A useful piece of kit for the traveller who was concerned for their hygiene and useful today for holding ice and bottle. Early to mid 19th Century.
Size set up is given.
Early to mid 19th Century.
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