Thursday, June 11, 2015

Sail into summer with these one-of-a-kind discoveries.

Vintage Sailboat Carved Wood Plaque. Circa 1940. Skillfully crafted Folk Art in pristine condition with original paint. Sail marked with carved initial "G". Applied thin wood frame.
 16.75" x 12.5" x 2"   $375

Ship Shadow Box Diorama. Late 19th-Century. Carved wood sails, interesting sea and bright, original paint. Exceptional full hull ship diorama of the vessel "East Linton" entering the River Tyme on its way to its home city of East Linton, Scotland, about thirty-five miles east of Edinburgh. East Linton was an important farming, milling port and railroad center in the the second half of the 19th-Century. Fine details of the "East Linton" - a combination sail and steam vessel - and the well painted background showing the entry lighthouse complex, and a similar vessel on its way to sea.
17" x 33" x 7.5"   $6,500

Oil on canvas. Smoke rises from a magnificent sailing ship, with men in row boat nearby. Inscribed "SR .89".
24" x 20"   $3,500

Vintage Sailing Ship Cast Iron Door Stop. Early 20th-Century. Large, vintage, American full-mast clipper ship. In wonderful original paint.
9.5" x 12" x 2"   $475

19th-Century Sailing Ship painting on canvas. In old wood frame, possibly original. Signed in lower right corner. New England origin.
17.75" 14.75"   $575

All items are available as of the date of this blog post. 
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