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ONE OF A KIND! MOST RARE! Museum Quality Condition! A Stunningly Beautiful Late 19th Century or Very Early 20th Century 1880s-1900s US Navy Senior Officers Mess Silverplated Ice Water Decanter with Removable Ceramic Liner. Patent Dates Galore: 1858-1878! Certainly Used During The Spanish American War thru to the Great White Fleet era! The Intricate Silverplated Detail of the "Furniture" and Designs on the Decanter are Absolutely Stunning Only Found in the Highest Quality of Victorian Era Silverplate. The Stylized "USN" Monogram is Part of Regulation US Navy Dinnerware (and Hygieneware) Used During this Period Which Also Dates This Piece to the Late 19th Century. Only Having 1 Star Indicates That the Piece Was Made and Used in the Senior Officers Admirals Mess. Perhaps by a Commodore Commanding a Task Force as the Navy Did Not Have 1 Star Rear Admirals Until the 1980s. However This Would Make a Perfect Gift for Todays Contemporary 1 Star Rear Admiral (Lower)

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Antique 19th Century US Navy Officers Ice Water Decanter Silverplate Removable Ceramic Liner

Antique 19th Century US Navy Officers Ice Water Decanter Silverplate Removable Ceramic Liner, side view



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Antique 19th Century US Navy Officers Ice Water Decanter Silverplate Removable Ceramic Liner, 3 pieces Antique 19th Century US Navy Officers Ice Water Decanter Silverplate Removable Ceramic Liner, detailed lid

Antique 19th Century US Navy Officers Ice Water Decanter Silverplate Removable Ceramic Liner, handle Antique 19th Century US Navy Officers Ice Water Decanter Silverplate Removable Ceramic Liner, 1 star rank

Antique 19th Century US Navy Officers Ice Water Decanter Silverplate Removable Ceramic Liner, inside liner Antique 19th Century US Navy Officers Ice Water Decanter Silverplate Removable Ceramic Liner, James Edwards and Son, Dale Hall

Antique 19th Century US Navy Officers Ice Water Decanter Silverplate Removable Ceramic Liner, rank Antique 19th Century US Navy Officers Ice Water Decanter Silverplate Removable Ceramic Liner, stylized USN

Antique 19th Century US Navy Officers Ice Water Decanter Silverplate Removable Ceramic Liner, rarest of the rare

 
ONE OF A KIND! 19th Century US Navy Silverplated Decanter with Removable Ceramic Liner!
Museum Quality Investment Grade Condition! A Stunningly Beautiful Late 19th Century or Early 20th Century 1880s-1900s US Navy Senior Officers Mess Silverplated Ice Water Decanter with Removable Ceramic Liner. Patent Dates Galore: 1858-1878! Certainly Used During The Spanish American War thru to the Great White Fleet era! The Intricate Silverplated Detail of the Furniture and Designs on the Decanter are Absolutely Stunning Only Found in the Victorian Era. The Stylized "USN" Monogram is Part of Regulation US Navy Dinnerware (and Hygieneware) Used During this Period Which Also Dates This Piece to the Late 19th Century. Only Having 1 Star Indicates That the Piece Was Made and Used in the Senior Officers Admirals Mess. Perhaps even by a Commodore Commanding a Task Force as the Navy Did Not Have 1 Star Rear Admirals Until the 1980s. However This Would Make a Perfect Gift for Todays Contemporary For any Senior Naval Officer - Perfect Gift for a Naval Officer or Naval Antique Collector!
 
Antique 19th Century US Navy Officers Ice Water Decanter Silverplate Removable Ceramic Liner, rarest of the rare
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The pitcher stands about 13.5" tall including the finial and 10" wide from the spout to the handle. The bottom diameter is 7 1/2".

Used in Senior Officer's Mess, 1880s to early 1900s, Spanish American War thru Great White Fleet era. Manufactured by Reed and Barton w/ Patent Dates: April 6, 1858, August 4, 1868, November 17, 1868, April 6th, 1872, Extended 7 Years. Removable Ceramic Liner Manufactured by: James Edwards & Son, Dale Hall, England.

Folks, it just doesn't get any more rarer than this!
 
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