Ship Wheel 450mm SKU: SW 100

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Vintage World Australia’s hand-crafted ship wheel is a beautiful example of old-world class and sophistication. Made from recycled and treated mango wood, the wood is carved, turned and joined using traditional woodwork joinery techniques, the six-spoke wheel is finished with a brass alloy bearing that gathers all the wood to its symmetrically balanced centre.

There are few real world symbols as recognisable, as daunting, as adversarial, as powerful or as old as the oceans and seas of the world. So it’s only natural a portion of that rich symbolism should rub off onto the objects used to conquer nature’s wild waterways. Vintage World Australia’s curated  and selective collection of maritime-themed decor for the home or office (or man-cave, as the case often is) features traditional nautical pieces that throughout history have been integral in man’s admirable, yet foolhardy endeavour to command the seven seas and harness the ocean’s great might.

 Our ship items above all else will present you as a thoughtful friend or associate who has taken time and put some effort into their ‘shipmates’ gift.

Uncommon, Unique and Priceless gift for Father’s Day, Mother’s Day and Christmas.

Additional Information

Brand:Vintage World Australia

Product Name:Ship Wheel – 450 mm

Model #:SW 100

Colour:Natural Wood

Materials:Recycled and treated mango Wood & Brass

Key Attributes:Hand Crafted, Manufactured & Checked to Australian Standards.

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

Product Diameter:450 mm (Approx)

Product Weight:1.5 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 with 14 Days 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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