Canadian Pacific Railway Silver Plated Finger Bowl

(very rare – circa 1920's – bought directly from CPR in the mid 70's)

This item was bought directly from Canadian Pacific Railway in the 1970's when they exited the passenger train business. They sold all of their silverware used in their dining cars through their own shop called "CP Bygones". This finger bowl was purchased directly from CP Bygones and stored for 30+ years. Was used for dipping your fingers when required during dining - used for service of warm water with lemon slices to rinse fingers after a meal.  Bowl measures 4 1/2" in diameter and 1 3/4" deep.  Shows normal wear from years of service.  Hasn't been re-plated. Strong CPR script (see photo 2).  Manufactured by AT Wiley - Elkington Plate with serial number 23319 (see photo #3).  Very hard to find item since CPR exited the passenger train business over 50 years ago. Would make an outstanding candy dish.

Note: Siverware is very difficult to photograph without reflections.

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