The world’s largest toilet salvage yard

brokenbog-worlds-largest-toilet-salvageWow. This company — Miscellanea Discontinued Bathroomware — claims to have more than 50,000 pieces of discontinued “sanitaryware” — toilets, sinks, bathtubs — making it the largest such salvage place in the world. “Over 100 Retro bathroom colours in stock including,” they say: “Coral Pink, Sky Blue, Champagne, Turquoise, Sunking, Primrose, Flamingo Pink, Pampas, Indian Ivory, Linden Green, Bali Brown, Misty Blue, Harvest Gold, Oyster, Whiskey, Wild Sage, Bone, 2-tone including Lilas Jaspe and of course Avocado, Avacado or if you prefer Avacardo…”

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As you may be able to tell by the spellings of Avocado, sadly for us Americans, MDB is in Surrey, England, far far away. To be sure, a trip to London is now on my to-do list. But the heck with Big Ben — I’m going for the bogs! Oh, did I mention their website, brokenbog.com? I am taking it that bog = toilet?

brokenbog-vintage-toilet-yardMiscellanea says it has collected all these pieces by buying about-to-be discontinued stock direct from manufacturers. They add, “Whether you’ve got a smashed Sepia cistern or a broken Bermuda Blue bidet we can help, rather than going to the expense, disruption and downright mundanity of having a complete new White suite fitted.”

The downright mundanity of white…” — These are my kind of people – and they now go into our Top Ten Bathroom posts.

    1. pam kueber says:

      Hi Hermage, I do not sell anything. Consult with companies profiled on the blog – the links to their sites are usually in blue. Note, Peerless is still in business, perhaps they can help you.

    1. Pam Kueber says:

      Hi Agro, I do not sell anything. Contact the company profiled. The link to their websites is in bold blue.

  1. Shawn says:

    I live in Brunswick Georgia and have a 1958 Ming toilet and a 1959 Ming wall mount sink with original faucet and stopper both made by standard. Do you buy these.

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