Unusual diamond-shaped ashtray for Italia dated 7-1937. Made by Richard Ginori with a pre-war Savoy crown. In great condition with no chips, cracks, or crazing. Some loss of gold around top edge.
Dating from 1956, this brochure is one I haven’t seen before. Covering all 3 classes and boasting of the ship’s amenities, including “40 air conditioning systems”. Folds open to 18″ x 25″. Mint condition.
Third-class demi-tasse cup and saucer as used on board the Doria. Very heavy restaurant ware. Made by Verbano and in mint condition. A quantity available.
Side plate in the orange-rope pattern. Measures about 6½” in diameter. Made by Ginori. Very good condition with some slight signs of use.
Beautiful Italian Line pre-war side plate measuring 7¾” in diameter. Complete with Savoy crown. Made by Ginori and date marked “38-12” (December, 1938.) Shows the typical utensil marks. No chips, cracks, or crazing.
Cute post-war sherry glass, standing 2½” tall. Near-mint condition. Four available. I quite like the subtle hint of angles at the bottom of the glass giving it all the pattern it needed.
Foldout brochure for first, second, and third class on the mv Giulio Cesare. Measures about 26.5″ x 15.5″. Dated 1957 and in mint condition.
Stunning photo card of the Giulio Cesare in her home port of Genoa. Deckle edged and extremely clear. Postally used.
This thinner-format gala night ribbon is 36″ in length and is in excellent condition.
From the “king” of Italy’s liners, this hat ribbon measures 37″ in length and is in excellent condition.
Bold celluloid pinback for the impressive Rex. In excellent condition. Measures about 1¼” across.
Hard-to-find in-service spoon from Cosulich. How can you not like their logo? In very good condition. Measures about 5½” in length.
Large post-war silver creamer. The large size suggests that it was meant for an entire table’s use. Measures about 5″ tall and 6½” from handle to spout. Made by Wellner. In very good condition.
Dated September, 1969, this tissue deck plan folds open to 19″ x 14″ and shows both classes. In very good condition. Lloyd Triestino is as popular as it is hard to come by!
Well-made souvenir from the Incres Line’s Victoria. Measures about 3¼” in diameter and in excellent condition.
Tissue plan, measuring 38″x 27″, for all passenger accommodation. The plan is datedJune, 1955. In excellent condition. One of Italy’s longest-serving and best-loved ships.