Ellsworth Mediterranean bronze pivoting paper holder

Moen DN9108BRB
Ellsworth Collection

Available in 3 Color(s)

Features

  • mediterranean bronze finish delivers a rich, dark brown, old world finish with striking light and dark accents
  • pivoting paper holder
  • included template and mounting hardware take the guesswork out of installation
  • includes stamped steel mounting bracket

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  • Type: Toilet Parts and Accessories

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by Moen

With its stacked rings and effortless lines, the sophisticated styling of Ellsworth will add a touch of class to any bath.

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With its stacked rings and effortless lines, the sophisticated styling of Ellsworth will add a touch of class to any bath. Gracious and uncomplicated style features give the Ellsworth collection an ageless yet fashion-forward presence. Tailored yet relaxed, the Ellsworth collection is an exercise in design balance. This lustrous collection works seamlessly with today's lifestyles.

Features

  • mediterranean bronze finish delivers a rich, dark brown, old world finish with striking light and dark accents
  • pivoting paper holder
  • included template and mounting hardware take the guesswork out of installation
  • includes stamped steel mounting bracket
  • corrosion resistant
  • limited lifetime warranty
Assembled Dimensions 7.94"l x 3.64"w x 2.01"h

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  • Type: Toilet Parts and Accessories

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