Nautical Antiques & Decor
2202 Ship Mechanic Row Galveston, TX 77550
409-539-5469
email: piecesofship@yahoo.com


photo 1 : ships binnacle, figurehead (new), buoy navigation lights, liferings,
survival suit, hatch covers, ship wheel, portholes, cowling
(aka air scoop or air vent), tiki totem

 

 

photo 2 : anchors


Photo 3: ship's binnacle w/ compass, foxlights

photo 4 brass and copper lanterns, running lights, ship bell


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photo 6: portholes, sextants


photo 7: bumpers, aka rope fenders

 


photo 8 copper navigational lights

photo 9: port and starboard lights, lifeboat binnacle w compass

photo 10: copper port (red) running light

photo 11: assorted sized glass fishing floats

photo 12: pump foghorns

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photo 14: brass ships hull plate: daewoo shipbuilding, okpo Korea


photo 15: brass ships hull plate: Italcantieri - Sestri 1979


photo 16: brass ships hull plate kurushima Dockyard Launching 1976

photo 17 brass ships hull plate Szczecin Shipyard Poland 1980 *year of Poland's Independence: "Solidarity!" uprising which was led primarily by shipbuilders

photo 18: trunk

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photo 20: liferings

photo 21: ship's safe (appx 400 lbs) and port and starboard galvanized
lanterns

photo 22: double mahogany ship doors with brass portholes, single mahogany ship doors with brass portholes... 2 double sets salvaged off the vessel "Royal Empress" November 2009

photo 23: Norwegian Pattern foghorn, XL brass porthole
window with opening porthole

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Authentic Ship Crockery
(Salvaged oceangoing vessel dinnerware)
 bearing each line’s unique House (aka “Company”) Flag or Funnel emblem
Sig. Bergesen d.y ASA
-Norwegian Ship Management company founded in 1935
-Tanker vessels, dry bulk cargo shipping, gas
-likely salvaged from the vessel Varanger (built 1974), sold & renamed (s/r) Faith 1984, s/r Faith I 1987, s/r Alice G 1991, s/r Seafriend 1991, s/r Akti A 1997, s/r Norna 2001, scrapped 2006.



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Authentic Ship Crockery
(Salvaged oceangoing vessel dinnerware)
 bearing each line’s unique House (aka “Company”) Flag or Funnel emblem
Odfjell shipping
-Norwegian shipping company founded in 1916
-Parcel Tankers, Tank terminal operators
-trademark orange vessels
-likely salvaged from vessel Taranger (built 1969), renamed Star Taranger 1972, sold & renamed (s/r) Star Najd 1978, s/r Star Orpheus 1980, s/r Star Luzon 1981, renamed San Juan Victory 1985, s/r Med Carrara 1990, scrapped 1994.



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Authentic Ship Crockery
(Salvaged oceangoing vessel dinnerware)
 bearing each line’s unique House (aka “Company”) Flag or Funnel emblem

Storli
-Norwegian parent company of Odjfell Tankers
-flag spec: swallow-tailed white with 3 entwined blue circles
-likely salvaged from vessel Nordanger (built 1976), sold & renamed (s/r) Bow Selene 1990, renamed NCC Madinah 1990, sold retained name 2000, scrapped as Diana 2006.

 


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Authentic Ship Crockery
(Salvaged oceangoing vessel dinnerware)
 bearing each line’s unique House (aka “Company”) Flag or Funnel emblem
Westfal-Larsen shipping
-Norwegian shipping company founded in 1905
- entered into cooperation with Odfjell shipping in 1964
-de-merger changed ownership to Masterbulk (Singapore)
-likely salvaged from vessel Porsanger (built 1976), sold & renamed (s/r) Bow Saturn 1990, s/r NCC Jouf 1990, sold & retained name 2000, scrapped as Atria 2006.

Helge Myhre
- Norwegian Shipping Management company
- likely salvaged from the vessel originally named the Lord Kelvin in 1978…  renamed Helios 1987, renamed Herdis 1991, sold & renamed Jag Vayu 1997, scrapped 2009.

 


photo 31: XL hatch covers (app 9'7" long)

photo 32: ship grates

photo 33 brass post lights, brass 4 bar lights, brass oslo post lights

photo 34: framed artwork (by freelance photographer Wes Austin)

photo 35: block and tackle, brass ringed pulleys (Fall 2011: Compare to Restoration Hardware's Objets D'Art!)


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photo 38: retired, salvaged navigational charts

photo 39: XL framed ship blueprints from vessel "City of Erie"

photo 40: salvaged country flags (aka "flags of convenience) from all around the world... Looking for a particular country? Just email us!


photo 41: Authentic salvaged maritime signal flags - from
ships. A to Z - we have all letters of the alphabet!

photo 42: foxlights

photo 43: foxlights

photo 44: salvaged mahogany ship doors w/ 3 brass portholes in each door from the scrapped vessel "Royal Empress"

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photo 46: (authentic) aluminum porthole table

photo 47: aluminum porthole table, running lights

photo 48: authentic rectangular brass porthole table

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photo 50: WWII era US Navy engine order telegraph, bunk ladder, key box, glass fishing net floats, framed Galveston map, framed fan coral art

photo 51: riddling rack, bunk ladder, geared steering station

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photo 53: galvanized ship lanterns - fresnel lens


photo 54 - Brass and copper running lights, brass lifeboat binnacle

photo 55: salvaged brass passageway lights, 90 degree passageway lights

photo 56: salvaged aluminum porthole

photo 57: salvaged aluminum and brass portholes

photo 58: XL rectangular fixed brass porthole windows

photo 59: tiki totems

photo 60: ship wheel, trunk, pulley/block, shrimp nets, onion jug

photo 61: XL brass porthole window w attached functional porthole window

photo 62: ship grates

photo 63: Large Naval Spotlight

photo 64 : Signal Light

photo 65 : Spotlight