Regent Bathtub
Inspired by turn of the century Porcelain/earthenware tubs from J.L. Mott & L. Wolff Manufacturing. We've updated the shape and used modern materials to create something fit for traditional and contemporary homes.


Cast in a renewable mixture of aluminum minerals and resin mix.


The Bath Works, Inc.
We are a family owned and operated company originally started in London, England in 1981. The business moved to the USA in 1998. Initially, supplying original freestanding period, Victorian and Edwardian antique baths and vintage tubs from all over England, France, Europe and the United States.

As the business transitions to true reproductions, we can now proudly state Made in the USA. Our ‘Saint’ Cast Alloy bathtubs are Cast, Prep’d, Polished and Enameled in the USA. Bringing traditional techniques and manufacturing processes back to US soil. We strive to offer an extensive range of beautiful hand made and hand finished bathtubs which honor the opulent shapes and styles of the 1800’s updated in modern materials.

Cast Alloy
Using traditional casting techniques and modern metallurgy we have enhanced the look and feel of an original antique. Our cast alloy is slightly lighter than iron but heavy enough to give the solid metal ‘thud’ when the tub is touched. It will never rust, it’s extremely strong and has wonderful thermal properties.

Cast Silacore
We use a vitreous composite resin. Constructed using an amorphous solid and a non-porous, high strength cross-linked polymer. Combined these high quality materials produce an exceptionally strong, exceptionally durable bathtub that is much lighter than the original but also much stronger.

Crafted Copper
Hand crafted from solid copper sheets. Solid copper has been a wonderful bathtub material for centuries. We use pure copper which is hand shaped into period correct shapes, then finished in a variety of colors. These baths are light, yet strong and are made to be used.

Cast Iron (Original Items)
We use a cold curing restoration process developed over the past 30 years using complex chemicals and materials exclusively used by us. The name Cold Curing refers to an Enamel that cures at a much lower temperature than Vitreous enamel, it is Baked rather than Fired.
Address: 2646 Leah Circle
City: Columbia
State: TN
Zip: 38401
Country: United States
Phone: (931) 381-5711
Fax: (931) 381-5712
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The Bath Works, Inc.
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