Superb and substantial marine beacon by Francis Searchlights of Bolton, England. From the Ministry of Defense, British Royal Navy. With shutters for signaling and ability to use as a powerful spotlight. Incredibly over engineered. Fitted to a substantial iron base topped with mahogany planking simulating a ship's deck. Look at all of the gears and levers. Spectacular relic. The massive head has a spectacular polish and lacquer job.
Overall Dimensions: 65"H x 21"L x 22"D. Base is 40 inch diameter. 350 pounds.
Gentleman's desk box made from timber taken from the Royal Mail Steamer RMS Columba. The Columba sailed from 1878 to 1935. Well built box with hinged lid, interior sections and...
Painted metal mast crown from a British Royal Navy fighting ship. Quite rare to find, especially in this size. With a surround of sail and stern segments. One segment is...
Mermaid in upright position with the upswept tail. Distressed painted finish. Circa 2010.
Pair of solid brass whaleboat bookends. Two bow of whaleboats with whalemen at the bow casting harpoons with splashing waves. Backs of bookends have a message. "In honor of the...