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Founded in Helsingborg, Sweden in 1967, Smedbo has been an industry leader in bathroom accessories manufacture and design. The undisputed market leader in their field in Scandinavia, Smedbo has a versatile worldwide operation that manufactures for the wider European and North American markets, as well. Smedbo's business is is built on quality manufacturing and legendary Scandinavian design, with a specialty in brassworking. Smedbo's legacy of quality brasswork is goes back to 1607, when the Skultuna Messingsbruk was founded by Swedish King Karl IX. Beginning an astonishing legacy of Swedish brass craftsmanship, Sweden became famous for the quality of its product and the skill of its blacksmiths and metalworkers. It's this centuries-old legacy of excellence, quality, and devotion to solid metalworking that Smedbo brings to bathroom fixtures.
Long consigned to oblivion as a forgotten room, Smedbo realized the famous principles of Scandinavian design and quality could be brought to the modern bathroom. Launching in 1967 with a line of decorative bathware in luxurious, solid brass, with fine detailing and strong construction, Smedbo found itself a welcome addition to households across Sweden, and as they grew in Scandinavia, Smedbo began to expand outward. Today, Smedbo offers their comprehensive range of products to a truly international clientele, bringing the best in modern design principles and the ancient tradition of Swedish metalworking to stylish consumers the world over. Every one of their products is backed by an astonishing ten-year warranty, meaning that Smedbo is convinced their products will last, and stands by their assurance.
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