Antique brass carriage chamber pot from the Central Pacific Rail Road, dating from the late 19th Century (circa 1870-1880). The Central Pacific Rail Road was operated between California and Utah from 1869, connecting to the Union Pacific Railway as part of the trans-continental route, allowing coast to coast travel in just 8 days, replacing months-long sea journies or lengthy & hazardous wagon trains. In 1885 it was leased by the Southern Pacific Company, and in 1899 was reorganised as the Central Pacific Railway. This piece has seen some use, but over 100 years ago, and would now make a great talking point, plant pot or fruit bowl!
Measures: 15cm tall x 29cm diameter (+ handle)
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