No, just the cans of beer ........... Hobgoblin Gold.
The bath was bought second hand twenty odd years ago. It was used in a back garden for storing water to scoop up to mix cement!
We paid £50 for it. Acrylic and thick and is a two-man lift. Ball and claw feet.
We painted the outside a nice dark blue and the feet a matt white. Did us proud, but it's a BIG bath and we have a small bathroom and becuse of the rolled edges, it wasn't much good for a shower attachment against the wall as water would frequently go down the back.
Eventually, we decided to refurb the bathroom ............. new insulated floor and a new wash basin and loo, and as we used the shower more than the bath, decided to fit a proper shower unit and remove the bath completely.
I miss it, as I really love a bath and we have tons of hot water from the wood-burner, but having a shower unit is neater and tidier and far simpler then a shower in a bath. Given the space, we would have both shower unit and a bath.
Mick F. Cornwall