13" Cutty Sark Sailing Ship Centerpiece

13" Cutty Sark Sailing Ship Centerpiece

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Enhance your authentic nautical decor with a piece of Great Britain's National Historic Fleet. With striped muslin sails and a black & maroon painted hull, this 12" fully-assembled wood replica of the 3-masted sailing ship Cutty Sark is mounted on a black base with a gold decal which reads "CUTTY SARK | 1869".
  • 12.5" tall x 13" long x 3" wide 
  • Base: 6.25" long x 1.5" wide x 1.25" tall 
  • 15.6 oz weight 
  • Wood, string, metal, muslin sails & plastic anchors 
  • Fully assembled 
This detailed  reproduction of the fully-rigged Cutty Sark makes an attractive maritime centerpiece or nautical home decor focal point.
The Cutty Sark was one of the last, and fastest, tea clippers built for 19th century trade with China and was soon replaced by steamships, however she went on to dominate as the fastest ship for transporting wool from Australia to Britain for a decade.

The ship's name and figurehead, Cutty Sark, is the nickname of the witch Nannie Dee in Robert Burns's 1791 poem Tam o' Shanter; who wears a sark (a Scottish undergarment) that she was given as a child, which explains why it was far too short, i.e. cutty. [Wikipedia]

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