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RARE! Beautiful US Navy Antique Cut Crystal Serving Bowls with Acid Etched Department of the Navy as the Topmark. Part of the Matching Crystalware Decanters from the Spanish-American War, Great White Fleet, and WWI eras. These Bowls Have the Exact Same Sun Burst Design on the Bottom as the Decanters! Used to Serve Nuts, Berries, Cocktail Condiments During After Dinner Liqueurs and Cordials.


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Crystal Bowl Great White Fleet and WWI Era with Department of Navy and USN insignia Crystal Bowl Great White Fleet and WWI Era with Department of Navy and USN insignia

Above photos illustrate the crystal bowl (6" x 1") being offered which has the matching sunburst as found on all US Navy cut crystal decanters from the 1890s thru the very early 1900s. This bowl has the very early (1905) Department of Navy insignia with the monogram USN beneath making it ca Great White Fleet to WWI vintage.



Comparison Crystal Glasses From Span Am War, Great White Fleet and WWI Eras Crystalware and Stemware from SpanAm War, Great White Fleet and WWI Eras

Photo to the left are the 4 types and sizes of crystal stemware used by the US Navy from the 1890s to very early 1900s pre-WWI. To the right is a photo showing the crystalware and stemware collection.



 Crystal Bowl ca 1905-1918 Great White Fleet, WWI era
Bowls with the first use Department of Navy insignia w/ smaller USN monogram beneath and star burst bottom as also found on the matching crystal decanters. These crystal bowls were used to serve nuts, fruits, and cocktail condiments.
 us navy antique crystal glass bowls><br>CLICK PHOTO!  Serving Bowl

6" wide x 1.25" high
 $125.  Call To Order
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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!

Click HERE to Review how this and other of our Pirate Chests, Treasure Chests, and Antique Chests were Restored, our Antique Restoration Process, and How To Restore Antique Nautical Furniture!

 
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Why just get a shadow box or a newly made trunk with no history! One of our 100+ Year Old Nautical Antique Trunks can be used for both a Shadow Box and Storage Chest for your Uniforms, Photograph Albums, and Memorabilia!




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