30 January 2008
A 19th century shadow box depicting a ship yard
with a rigged half model of a commercial cutter No. LT151 up on the ways, a waterline model of a sall-steamer Fulma No. LT73 quay side with her hinged mast down and steadying sail furled. The back ground painted with houses and other ships hauled on shore, and the water carved and well painted. Within a period carved frame.
25 x 28½ in. (63.5 x 72.4 cm.) framed.
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