White Belgravia Close-Coupled WC/Toilet (Sanitana Colonial replacement)

Belgravia traditional close-coupled toilet, ideal replacement for the Sanitana Colonial WC widely distributed by Heritage Bathrooms (and others) in the 80s and 90s. This is a very similar style of toilet, with the fluted base to the pan echoing closely the original Colonial style. Also suitable as a stylish traditional toilet for a new installation. N.B The dimensions of this complete WC are different from the original Sanitana Colonial, please see dimensions image.
These are glazed vitreous china items, fully compliant with current UK water regulations.

Please note that the price quoted here is for the following items,and does not include the toilet seat. The Mahogany effect solid wood seat is available as an optional extra: Other wood finishes are also available on request.

Delivery to all UK addresses INCLUDED: Next working day delivery to England, Wales, Scotland including the Highlands & Islands, Northern Ireland, The Channel Islands, The Isle of Man, and Isle of Wight included in price. We will discuss your specified delivery day when you have placed your order. For Ireland select from dropdown option. For all other countries, please contact us for a delivery quotation.  

Items included in basic price:
1 x Colonial style WC pan in White
1 x Colonial style WC cistern & lid in White
1 x Set of internal fittings including Chrome/White ceramic lever

We can supply the pan or cistern individually if preferred, please contact us for details.

TRADE DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE FOR BULK PURCHASES - Please get in touch on 01428 608164 during office hours or by email to
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Outstanding service! Ordered a replacement toilet over the Christmas holiday., received a confirmatory phone call to double check details next working day, and the toilet arrived the following morning at 0830! Wow, how efficient is that! I am delighted and will use this company again without hesitation.

Dr M Deahl | Shropshire | January 2012