All Items : Vintage Arts : Instruments and Implements : Maritime : Pre 1900 item #1216450 (stock #10404)
Antique brass and leather three draw spyglass with two lens covers and brown leather grip. Circa 1880.

Length, closed: 7”
Length, opened: 17”

All Items : Vintage Arts : Instruments and Implements : Maritime : Pre 1930 item #1106273 (stock #7899)
Maritime bronze ships bell c1930. This piece of Nautical history measures 7.5 inches long and 5.5 inches across its front. The handle was made separately and screws into the base. Shipping extra. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut add 6.35% state sales tax. Buyers outside the USA are responsible for any taxes,tariffs or customs that might apply...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Instruments and Implements : Maritime : Pre 1930 item #930122 (stock #tbi)
This stunning art deco decanter set includes a decanter with a stopper and four glasses. The decanter itself is signed with two signatures on the base which we cannot decipher. The decanter (including the stopper) STANDS 9" tall and is approx. 5" at its widest. The glasses measure 2 3/4" tall and 1 3/4" wide at the top.
This is a sensational ships wheel-never been used except as wall decoration-cherry wood-solid brass core- high quality-had to be made by skilled shipwright-cherry wood construction means it was designed for special ship or yacht--it is a beautiful object-nautical decoration or install as intended use -large--44 inch diameter
All Items : Vintage Arts : Instruments and Implements : Maritime : Pre 1940 item #917773 (stock #WA0903)
Stunning French mahogany canoe circa 1930's. Just under 15 feet long with solid gunwales and keel. The French call these Canadian canoes although they were built in France between the 1930's-50's. This early version features 1-1/2" wide internal ribs that eliminate the need for lengthwise running boards. The hull is secured with copper and brass nails from the outside in. No damage noted, although it could probably use another coat of marine-grade varnish. Made by, “Rocca”...