Thursday, March 4, 2010

Throne for King of the Castle

If every man is king of his castle, then every king should have a throne.

The Dagobert toilet from Herbeau is truly a one-of-a-kind piece that instantly identifies the royalty of the home. Constructed of solid ash, the Dagobert was inspired by the last ruler of the French Merovingian dynasty (629-639).

Dagobert was a powerful king who ruled much of what is now Europe, and established Paris as the capital of his empire.

The Dagobert stands nearly 5-1/2 feet tall and comes with a full range of accessories in a number of handpainted Moustier Polychrome finishes to complement any decor. "Le Bon Roi Dagobert" (The Good King Dagobert) plays whenever the lid is raised, and a bell sounds when the flush pull is activated.

Herbeau's Dagobert is part of an exclusive collection of fixtures designed to make a statement. Noble homeowners can find the Dagobert at along with a full line of faucets and fixtures.


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