Back for those who missed it!!!
This beautiful sign was designed after the original signs found in public bath houses in the late 1800s through early 1900s. Public baths were the answer in densely populated industrial cities to promote personal cleanliness and, ultimately, Godliness and good civic behavior.
Public bath houses usually offered showers and laundry facilities. The prices varied but on average it was 5 cents for a bath which included the water and the soap in most cases.
The designer paid great attention to the details of this piece. We just love it when we can bring you a piece of our American history and shed some light on the nostalgia behind it!
This sweet sign brings vintage inspirations into your bath & laundry rooms or anywhere else you might want to clean up your act! Hang it over a basket of soaps and hand towels for the perfect touch.
- Large Fresh Soap and Water sign
- Vintage inspired reproduction
- $5 shipping for the first one and $2 for each additional
- This framed sign is a black wood panel set in a distressed wood frame, and old-fashioned script on the front
- Each sign comes ready with a sawtooth hanger on the back for easy hanging
- Each sign reads: "FRESH SOAP & WATER 5¢" - HAND TOWELS FREE"
- Dimensions: 14" Wide x 8" High
- Packed: One Per Package (You will receive one vintage-inspired signs)
- A maximum quantity of 4 is allowed per customer. Sorry we want to make sure the most of you can get on this gift deal!
- Shipping Date: Leaves our warehouse within fifteen business days