Rare 19th Century Marine Ship's Cabin Marble Small Wash Basin from Sunken Ship
A superb small (12" dia.) Victorian ship's cabin washbasin believed to be from the SS Londoner which sank in 1893 off Haisborough in Norfolk.
Great colour marble, with wonderful patination, it looks good as a sculptural bowl or can of course be reused. A real survivor.
Condition: small amounts of surface pitting in couple of areas, hard to see - doesn't distract. I small chip underside of rim - not noticeable - again doesn't distract. The metal pug is removable still, the plug itself is clear, although its surface is seawater distressed - but still useable.