Anatomy of the wooden tubs

From which material and how

The Introduction

Our unique objects go through a complex manufacturing process to offer absolute surface perfection with unbeatable and extremely important features: They are protected from water, require no special maintenance or care for a lifetime and can be restored to a new condition by polishing, even after 20-30 years of use.

What is needed

  • Solid wood and wood veneers
  • Secret lacquer mixtures
  • A lot of love, diligence and patience
  • Up to 90 days time
Solid wood for the corpus of the bathtubs and wash basins

Californian walnut

American walnut in blocks, satin

Ash stained in Black Walnut

Black Ebony

European ash nature

Gabon Mahogany

Decorative wood for the bathtubs and wash basins

Walnut Burl

Walnut Crotch

Ebony Macassar

Karelian Birch Burl

Mappa Burl

Olive Burl


Sen - Japaneese Ash

Chestnut Burl

Figured Sycamore Camouflage

Figured Sycamore Pearl

Birds Eye Maple Pearl

Oak Burl

Mahogany Swirl

Amboina Burl

Santos Rosewood

Black Ebony

Figured Sycamore Grey



Iroko Wood

the actual production steps

Phase 1

Round timber is cut with a band saw, from which layers are formed, which are then dried and sanded down to the required thickness – up to 1 week.

Phase 2

In this phase the prepared layers of wood are put together to achieve the best wood image and then they are glued together and then veneered if the final product has a veneered top surface – up to 2 weeks.

Phase 3

In this phase, parts of the bathtub or complete wash basins are milled from the glued blocks. Afterwards, the parts are finely sanded to their final shape and prepared for further processing – up to 3 days.

Phase 4

In this production phase, bathtubs and washbasins are spackled and, if necessary, stained to the desired tone. European ash as production material can be perfectly stained with water stains – 1 day.

Phase 5

With this phase the most important and longest production phase begins. Our objects are varnished, dried, sanded and re-varnished in an extremely complex process with 12 to 14 layers of special varnish – up to 4 weeks.

Phase 6

After the last nanolayer of varnish has been applied, polishing can begin. After this phase, the finished objects are carefully and elaborately packed and ready for shipment – up to 3 days.