Cutty Sark - Wooden Model Sailing Ship, 22"L. Individually built, completely assembled, handcrafted model of the Cutty Sark.
The Cutty Sark was built in Dumbarton, Scotland, in 1869 (bankrupting the yard!) and engaged in the China Tea trade from 1870 until 1878. She then embarked upon fifteen years of passages between England and Australia. After 1895 she served under the Portuguese flag for twenty-five years. The Cutty Sark is preserved in Greenwich, England by the Cutty Sark Trust.
Hand Built, Fully Assembled museum quality model with Display Stand
Measures 22" in length, 17" in height and 4" wide
This wooden model ship is beautifully constructed of exotic woods such as ebony, rosewood, yellow and red cedar, mahogany, teak, black wood, walnut, cherry, birch and maple and other tropical woods
Researched and completely built from scratch, one at a time, in scale to the original plans
100% hand built from scratch using "plank on frame" construction method, gluing together multiple pieces of dry, thin wood
Finely painted and varnished finishes
Metal parts and details that are bronzed, gold tone or chrome plated or painted
Fabric sails with intricate line rigging
With these artistic assemblies, there will be minor differences in appearance
Each model ship or boat is individual packed in a carton box. A wooden frame is used to protect most model tall ships and boat models from breakage for if the box is accidentally tipped over, dropped, etc... Sailboats and sailing ships with simpler detail are packed with masts folded down, ready to display after simple, easy assembly.
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The only surviving extreme clipper, and the only tea clipper still in existence, the Cutty Sark is well preserved in Greenwich partly as a memorial to the men of the merchant navy, particularly those who lost their lives in the world wars.
She achieved a record-breaking wind powered voyage from Australia to England - 72 days in 1885 via Cape Horn. Sailed in the Australia wool trade from 1883-1895. The Cutty Sark is the first preserved ship open to the public worldwide since Golden Hinde was exhibited in Deptford in 1580. The ship employs eleven miles of rigging and carries 32,000 square feet of canvas sails, equivalent to the area of 11 tennis courts!
Cutty Sark is used for training and filming, including the role she of Cutty Sark played in inspiring the main ship of the trilogy Pirates of the Caribbean: the Black Pearl.
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