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Antique US Navy Porcelain Personal Hygiene Water Tumbler marked USN Used Aboard a Ship's Washroom (or Head) from the late 1870's thru the Very Early 1900's Including The Spanish American War, Great White Fleet and WWI.
We have available for sale a number of these authentic US Navy Water Tumblers made by Standard, American Standard and The Trenton Potteries Company. The matching US Navy Wash Basin and Personal Soap Dishes Shown are Sold Separately.


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navy water tumbler stamped USN

 RARE!!! 1860's to early 1900's - US Navy Porcelain Personal Water Tumbler Marked with Initials USN!
Used Aboard Ship in the Crews Showers and Bathrooms (or "head"). Produced by Standard, Trenton Potteries Company, and American Standard all early manufacturers of personal hygiene items. American Standard is still in business today.
 US Navy Personal Hygiene Water Tumbler with USN Click Photo!  Excellent Condition with the initials USN clearly visible below the glaze. Mounting Wall Bracket Not Included. Part of a Personal Hygiene Set - See Water Tumbler Above  $295. Tumbler Only  Call To Order
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U.S. Navy Officer and Enlisted Water Tumbler were used as personal hygiene items in a ship's head or washroom. These water tumblers were clipped into chrome plated or nickel alloy metal wall mounting brackets for easy use, removal and cleaning. These were used from the mid to late 19th century and possibly even up to WWI; certainly during the 1880's thru 1910 during the Spanish American War and Great White Fleet era.

This water tumbler was part of a matching porcelain personal hygiene set which included an amphora-like water pitcher, soap dish, wash basin and slop jar which was provided to senior officers in their private staterooms.

Below are links to other Antique Nautical and Naval Artifacts which you may be interested in.

Click HERE for US Navy "Fouled Anchor China" made for the Wardroom Officers Mess ca 1940-1960 - Affordable For Everyday Use!

Click HERE for US Navy Silverplated Silverware in the Kings Design with "Fouled Anchor" made for the Wardroom Officers Mess ca 1905-1960 - Matching silverware to the navy anchor china!

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The Pirate's Lair
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Stafford, Virginia 22554
Phone: 540-659-6209
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