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It is bottom-marked \"Canadian Pacific B.C. Coastal Steamers\". The manufacturer was Grindley of England. \u003c\/span\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003e\u003cspan data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003eAccording to the State of Alaska, \"The 369-foot passenger vessel S\/S PRINCESS KATHLEEN grounded on Point Lena, just north of Juneau, during bad weather on September 7, 1952 and suffered damage to the forward-most section of the bow. As the tide came in, the vessel flooded from the stern and slid off the point. Approximately 10 hours later during an incoming tide she slipped off the rock and sank with an unknown quantity of fuel oil in her tanks. The vessel now sits at an angle on its port side at a depth ranging from 52 feet at the bow to 134 feet at the stern.\" Fortunately all passengers and crew were saved. \u003c\/span\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003e\u003cspan data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003eThe pitcher was recovered by the late wreck diver Bart Malone (1946-2017). Bart was an avid collector and famously said, \"I dive wrecks for the purpose of restoring artifacts. I'm not a sightseer.\" I visited his house\/museum in New Jersey several times and was always amazed at his large collection of wreck artifacts. Bart had a larger-than-life personality. He passed away while doing what he loved best, diving on a wreck. \u003c\/span\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003e\u003cspan data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003eVery good condition (for wreck china) with several chips along the bottom.\u003c\/span\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e"}

PRINCESS KATHLEEN: 1925 - China pitcher recovered from wreck

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Canadian Pacific - A 2.5" tall individual cream or milk pitcher recovered from the wreck of the PRINCESS KATHLEEN, a coastal liner that hit the rocks near Juneau and then slid back into the sea.

The pitcher is in the "Bird of Paradise" pattern so familiar to C.P. fans. It is bottom-marked "Canadian Pacific B.C. Coastal Steamers". The manufacturer was Grindley of England.

According to the State of Alaska, "The 369-foot passenger vessel S/S PRINCESS KATHLEEN grounded on Point Lena, just north of Juneau, during bad weather on September 7, 1952 and suffered damage to the forward-most section of the bow. As the tide came in, the vessel flooded from the stern and slid off the point. Approximately 10 hours later during an incoming tide she slipped off the rock and sank with an unknown quantity of fuel oil in her tanks. The vessel now sits at an angle on its port side at a depth ranging from 52 feet at the bow to 134 feet at the stern." Fortunately all passengers and crew were saved.

The pitcher was recovered by the late wreck diver Bart Malone (1946-2017). Bart was an avid collector and famously said, "I dive wrecks for the purpose of restoring artifacts. I'm not a sightseer." I visited his house/museum in New Jersey several times and was always amazed at his large collection of wreck artifacts. Bart had a larger-than-life personality. He passed away while doing what he loved best, diving on a wreck.

Very good condition (for wreck china) with several chips along the bottom.

$150.00
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