As depicted, each 1.25-inches diameter and mounted on a 1.75-inches diameter round piece of laid paper, one is painted with a scene of castle ruins by a river, the other depicts an American man o' war in full sail with Old Glory unfurled at the stern.
Early 19th Century
Pine, paint decorated interior - SOLD
The rectangular lid retaining shaped cleats is hung from wrought strap hinges; the dovetailed canted case retaining original beckets with rope handles; interior with lidded till decorated with seven stars. (Height: 17.25 inches; length: 42 inches; depth: 17 inches)
604-30 - SOLD
Elaborate Sailor Rope-Work Picture Frame
First-Half 20th century
Rope macrame frame, seven rows ending in oval mat around oil painting of ship under full sail with trees in foreground, beneath painting is a macrame lover's knot, four strips of macrame from each corner to the mat have painted macrame rosettes mounted on them and there is a similar rosette at the top of the frame, mounted onto a wooden backing covered with heavy canvas. (24.5-inches x 21-inches overall.)
"Her Majesty's Ship the Alarm" Print, 1781
Colored engraving of British ship with Spanish prize off Gibralter
Framed print is toned and lightly soiled, colors remain vibrant.
Dimensions: 22.5 by 17-inch frame, 20.25 by 15-inch sight-size.
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