Products tagged with 'nautical'
Made of chromed steel, this signal lamp has been redesigned for modern living, yet still maintains its visual rich history. This type of device was widely used for sending Morse code between Allied ships during World War II. Our replica has adjustable louvers but is not functional to send Morse code. Stands on an adjustable metal tripod and uses a 60 watt bulb.
This heavy-duty, handcrafted bell weighs around at 1-3/4" pounds. Comes with a bulkhead/wall mount bracket.
This replica brass steamship telegraph has working bells which signal when the wooden handles are moved to the different positions.
This Armillary Sphere is solid brass construction with a stained wooden base. It makes a great prop or display piece for any nautical decor.
Our period commemorative replica compass is all brass with a copper dial. A swing out magnifier is built into the compass which sits in a faux leather case embossed with the ship's name and dates when she was in service.
This solid wood box has brass accents and holds a brass compass and working clock. "Her Majesty's Royal Navy" and official seal are etched on the glass top.
This solid brass, working replica compass from the White Star Line is engraved under the cover to Captain Edward John Smith.
This brass replica 1920 Royal Navy compass can be removed from its solid hardwood case. An accurate and elegant nautical treasure.