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Antique Wooden Rowboat Model, 1930s, Ship Model, Vintage Nautical, Handmade, Fathers Day

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This antique rowboat is a piece of beautiful poetry-- handmade of wood from the 1930s. Sleek lines and form, with aged rustic beaded and crackle ocher paint on the exterior and interior sides and a velvety black matte on the the boat's bottom. A beautiful decorative object for your home. With a calm, graceful and commanding presence--this looks beautiful anywhere you put it. This looks lovely standing or laying on a shelf, or mounted on a wall. ( there is a metal bracket attached to the stern to allow for hanging ) A perfect gift for your favorite sailor, father's day gift, your seaside home, or to add to your nautical collection.

boat measures 22.75" l x 6" w x 4" h and is in beautiful aged condition, solid and sturdy.

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Antique Wooden Rowboat Model, 1930s, Ship Model, Vintage Nautical, Handmade, Fathers Day

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: wood, paint
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 1018 reviews
  • Favorited by: 103 people