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Look at what I found on the Online Galleries website!
The tapering square bodies with a brass central lid, concealing an internal reservoir for ice, surrounded by four angled compartments for wine or champagne bottles. The square corners and the sleeves finished with slim brass mouldings. The sides with two brass scrolled carrying handles and raised on a brass moulded circular plinth.
English circa 1920
Dimensions (ins) 9.5 high x 12.5 deep x 12.5 wide
SS Boston was launched by Yarmouth Steamship Company from Glasgow to Yarmouth (USA) in 1890.
In 1900 the Dominion Atlantic Railway purchased Yarmouth Steamship Company
In 1902 the International Mercantile Marine Company purchased the shares of several shipping companies, which included the Dominion Line and White Star Line
From 1908 IMMC operated a service under the name "White Star-Dominion Line” using the Dominion steamships (one of which was SS Boston)
In 1911 SS Boston was sold to Canadian Pacific and in 1912 sold to Eastern Steamship Line of Boston.
In 1917 The Eastern Steamship Line sold the Boston to the US government.
In 1924 The Americans reconditioned her to go to war
In 1942 she was given to the British and torpedoed and sunk in September 1942.
|Height||9.50 inch||(24.13 cm)|
|Width||12.50 inch||(31.75 cm)|
|Depth||12.50 inch||(31.75 cm)|
Gary Wright Antiques Ltd
5 Fosseway Business Park