A massive Harland & Wolff ship’s wheel, impressed ‘Harland & Wolff, Belfast’, dating from the 19th Century.
The monumental 6ft 3″ Victorian nautical collectable brass set ship’s wheel features ten stylish turnking cylindrical spokes ending in handles, and is made from beautiful high-quality solid mahogany which displays a gorgeous and prominent patina and is impressed with the makers name, Harland & Wolff, Belfast.
It has wonderful brass mounts around the circumference on both sides as well as on the hub, which add an extra touch of luxury and redefined style to the entire piece.
It is in truly excellent condition and highly decorative, making it perfect as a sumptuous home wall decor.
Add this wonderful maritime collectors wheel to your collection.
The property of a West Country gentleman.
In excellent condition. As an antique item, the wheel shows signs of use commensurate with age, these minor condition issues are mentioned for accuracy and, as seen in the accompanying photographs, the wheel displays beautifully..
Dimensions in cm:
Height 190 x Width 190 x Depth 27
Dimensions in inches:
Height 74.8 x Width 74.8 x Depth 10.6
Harland and Wolff is most famous for building the Titanic more than a century ago. It started construction of the Titanic and two sister ships, the Olympic and the Britannic, for White Star Lines in 1909.
Harland and Wolff built 174 vessels for the Royal Navy in its Belfast yard between 1868 and 1969. These include gun boats, depot ships, yachts, monitors, cruisers, destroyers, aircraft carriers, patrol boats, tugs, trawlers, mine sweepers, corvettes, tankers, frigates and assault ships.
Our reference: A1608