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Silver-plated gravy boat, with markings of rising sunface and interlaced P&O on side and Elkington P

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Silver-plated gravy boat, with markings of rising sunface and interlaced P&O on side and Elkington P
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Silver-plated gravy boat, with markings of rising sunface and interlaced P&O on side and Elkington Plate on bottom, ex-Medina (1917). 402 grams, 8-1/4" x 4" x 4-1/4". Lovely, well-preserved gravy boat, bright silver in color with light champagne toning starting to form, of plain manufacture with markings on side and bottom, rare as an artifact from a World War I ocean-liner sunk on her way back from Bombay, India, by a German U-Boat on April 28, 1917 near Plymouth, England. From the S.S. Medina (1917), with certificate. Recovered from:S.S. Medina, sunk in 1917 off Devon, England