Anchor Engineering 1921 – Divers Helmet (Scuba) SKU: DH 101(A)

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Description

A full-size vintage scuba diving helmet, as used in World Wars I and II, right up until the 1980s. This model is a replica of the iconic, copper and brass classic, ready for display on a solid natural wood base.

There’s something astonishing, almost intimidating about the size, weight and shape of these diving helmets. Is it the lack of observable features of the diver within? Or, is it that they symbolise the human urge to go where we are not supposed to and do there what shouldn’t be done, our need to be the master of all our domain? Regardless, with its life-size scale, authentic craftsmanship and antique styling, our life-size diving helmets are an eye-catching slice (or, more accurately, slab) of pioneering history. Give it pride of place in the company foyer, the boardroom or the director’s office at work. This awe-inspiring, conversation starter will take pride of place amongst your vintage collection at home.

Additional Information

Brand Name: Vintage World Australia

Product Name: Divers Helmet (Scuba) – Anchor Engineering 1921

Model #:DH 101(A)

Pack Contents:Helmet on natural wooden base

Colour:Copper & brass, light wood

Materials:Copper, brass & various metals, glass, wood

Key Attributes:Hand Made, Vintage Antique Brass Finish, Magnifying Glass Viewing Window

Uses:Home Decor, Gift,  Souvenir, Collectable, History, Art and Craft.

Product Dimensions:360W x 400D x 490H mm (Approx)

Product Weight:8.55 kg (Approx)

Shipped From:Melbourne (AUSTRALIA)

Shipping Provider:Australia Post & All Major Courier services

Additional Delivery Information: Order Processing 2 – 5 Business Days, having trouble finalising your order or for express shipping, please call/text on  0421960234.

Returns:Easy Return & Exchange – 14 Days from the Date of Purchase

Disclaimer:All of our items are  handmade (HANDCRAFTED) by master artisans who employ techniques (TOOLS) and traditions that are often centuries old. Some natural blemishes or imperfections are to be expected. These are not product flaws. Instead, they are precisely what make these pieces so extraordinary and beautiful.

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