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Products include: (1916) SI-WEL-CLO Silent Closet. Made of vitreous china. It makes no noise. If you are building a home or remodeling, give to your bathroom this gentle attention. Install The Trenton Potteries Company Silent Closet. Largest Makers of Sanitary Pottery in USA. (1922) Tepeco Water Closets. The Silent Si-Wel-Clo Closet suppresses a noise you do not want heard and do not want to hear. Unquestionably it is the most desirable toilet the market affords. In addition, The Trenton Potteries Company has developed a group of water closets to meet all types of building construction, from the big hotel to the modest bungalow. Into our Welling, Merit and Saxon water closets we have merged as many of the excellencies of our Silent Closet as possible. (1915) Trenton Potteries Lavatories. Modern science has made them as sanitary as a dinner plate. Real Vitreous China. Nothing short of actually smashing it will injure it. Architects and plumbers everywhere will assure you that there is nothing better. Makers of the Silent SI-WEL-CLO Closet. (1928) Trenton Potteries Plumbing Fixtures. The Improved SI-WEL-CLO. Provided with scientific Saddle Seat. The comfort of this saddle seat encourages the natural seating position of the body, aiding organs and muscles to function thoroughly and naturally. Like all other Te-Pe-Co ware, it is graceful and elegant. All clay plumbing fixtures. You can rest assured when the Te-Pe-Co Trade-Mark appears on a closet, tub, washstand, etc., the fixture will wear long and well. (1930) Trenton Potteries Water Closets. The Improved Quiet SI-WEL-CLO. It is the most comfortable, hygienic, sanitary and quiet closet that has ever been devised. The decided dip in the rim elevates the front and rear of the bowl opening, minimizing the possibilty of soiling. Your plumber can show you a wide assortment of closets, tubs, washstands, etc. With high sanitary standards which characterize the Te-pe-co line. (1926) Te-Pe-Co Ware. Hotel Ambassador, Atlantic City, N. J. Warren & Wetmore, Architects. J. D. Johnson Co., Plumbing Supplies. W. G. Cornell Company, Plumbing Contractors. (1926) Te-Pe-Co Fixtures Postum Building. New York City. Cross & Cross Architects. (1927) Te-Pe-Co Fixtures Second National Bank. Houston, Texas. Sanguinet, Hedrick, Gotleib and Staats - Architects. (1926) Te-Pe-Co All-Clay Sanitary Pottery. Plumbing Fixtures in the Hotel Statler, Buffalo, N. Y., bear this mark. George B. Post & Son, Architects. Buffalo Plumbing Supply Company, Plumbing Supplies. Franzette Corporation, Plumbing Contractors. (1926) Te-Pe-Co Fixtures Rite Cathedral. Scottish Rite Cathedral of Guthrie, Oklahoma. Hawk & Parr, Architects. Wolff Company furnished the plumbing supplies and Jas. Steward Company were the plumbing contractors. (1927) Te-Pe-Co Fixtures First National Bank. Of Boston. York & Sawyer, Architects. (1927) Te-Pe-Co Foulke & Henry Dormitories. Princeton, N.J. Zantzinger, Borie & Medary, Architects. J. D. Johnson Company Supplies. Boon & Sample, Plumbing. (1928) Te-Pe-Co Fixtures Hotel Fort Shelby. Detroit's newest, is equipped with Te-Pe-Co products. And More!
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