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RARE! Brass Finger Bowls used in the British Royal Navy's Wardroom Officers Mess ca 1950s. Each is Backstamped and Manufactured by MMS (Midland Metal Spinning Company of Wolverhampton), the Royal Navy's Vocabulary # or Inventory Control # of 52105, and Some are Dated 1956!


How cool would that be to provide your naval guests with a "finger bowl" and warm/moist towel to cleanse their hands and fingers at the end of the meal! A class act for sure!

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Finger Bowls - Wardroom Officers Mess
RARE! Brass Finger Bowls used in the British Royal Navy's Wardroom Officers Mess ca 1950s. Each is Backstamped and Manufactured by MMS (Midland Metal Spinning Company of Wolverhampton), the Royal Navy's Vocabulary # or Inventory Control # of 52105, and Some are Dated 1956!
 
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5.5" x 2"
 
$50.
 
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Below are links to other Antique Nautical and Naval Artifacts which you may be interested in.

Click HERE and Return to the Main Water Cask and Rum Keg Review Page

Click HERE for WWII US Navy Anchor China, Matching Dinnerware for the Anchor Navy Silverware

Click HERE for Nautical Antique Trunks Which Look Like Captains Sea Chests, Treasure Chests, Pirate Chests - Great to Re-Use as a Navy Retirement Shadowbox and Storage for Uniforms and Memorabilia

 
OPTIONAL - Trunk Wood Engraving Examples and Prices
Custom Designed, Handcrafted, and Hand Lettered in Caligraphy on your Antique Chest
 
Personalized Burnt Wood Engravings
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Personalize Your 100+ Year Old Antique Trunk in Perpetuity!
 
Antique Trunks as a Shadow Box and Storage Chest!
Customer Photographic Examples of our Antique Trunks Being used as a Military or Naval Retirement Shadow Box and Storage Chest!!
 
Military or Naval Retirement Ceremony Shadow Box
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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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Stafford, Virginia 22554
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ANY TEXT BELOW THIS LINE IS SOLEY FOR THE BENEFIT OF SEARCH BOTS, SPYDERS AND OTHER DENIZENS OF THE DEEP DARK SEA INTERNET These Antique Naval Water Casks or Water Kegs were used by the US Navy and Merchant Marine throughout the mid to late 19th Century and early to mid 20th Century. These Antique Nautical pieces of equipment were multi-purpose to hold water for use below decks in the berthing spaces, to hold the rum ration or grog when it was a daily ration, and as standard equipment on lifeboats.

These were Antique Nautical Water Kegs were of standard construction using Oak Staves, 6 Galvanized Metal Riveted Straps with two feet, brass spigot or cock and top filler, the insides of these antique nautical casks were also fired to make the inside surface charcoaled to prevent spoilage of the water. These materials were used specifically for shipboard use in that they resisted both weather and salt water.