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Fairfax Wooden Model Ship


Price: $666.99
Item Number: HMOT021
Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 34.25" x 10.5" x 32"

Product Weight: 27.2 Lbs.

Display this Royal Navy HMS Fairfax of Commonwealth of England right in your own home or office! The Fairfax, built by Peter Pett I at Deptford and launched in 1650, is available as a museum-quality, FULLY ASSEMBLED model. Master craftsmen using historical photographs, drawings or original plans meticulously handcraft these highly detailed wood models from scratch. They are built to scale with high-grade wood such as: western red cedar, rosewood, and mahogany. They are 100% hand built individually using plank-on-frame construction method and are similar to the building of actual ships. Each model requires hundreds of hours to finish and must go through a demanding quality control process before leaving the workshop. The HMS Fairfax model features plank on frame, three decks, and two rows of ferocious metal cannons on each side of the ship. The front bowsprit and three large masts are connected securely using advanced rigging and lines painstakingly knotted and fastened by hand. Each yard has an attached hand-stitched rolled-up sails made of fine linen. On the deck, there are authentic hand-built lifeboats with ribs and planks, metal captains steering wheel, metal lanterns, wooden capstan, wooden cabin, and many other handcrafted ornaments. There is also an exquisite detailed admirals quarter on stern with beautiful handcrafted brass statues and ornaments. This model comes standard with a solid wood base and brass nameplate. Itll make a perfect gift for home or office decorator, boat enthusiast or passionate collector.

Fairfax was a 52-gun third rate Speaker-class frigate of the Commonwealth of England, built by Peter Pett I at Deptford and launched in 1650. She was a full rigged ship and was destroyed in an accidental fire in 1653. In the British Royal Navy, a third rate was a ship of the line which from the 1720s mounted between 64 and 80 guns, typically built with two gun decks (thus the related term two-decker).

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