Lobster Buoys. Each is unique and has old fisherman twine to hang it. Each fisherman had their own colours to mark their traps or nets. They make great décor for the ocean oriented person! Bright buoys marking the locations of lobster traps have been an iconic piece of maritime culture dating to the late 1800s, when trapping became a common method of lobstering. To distinguish one lobsterman's traps from others, it became tradition and then law to paint buoys a unique pattern and color scheme.
Fishing Floats Strings 50". Authentic and chic! We cleaned it up, fixed its paint.
Vintage Japanese Fishing Floats 9.5"
History about Japanese Fishing Floats in netting. Original blown glass net floats once used on drift nets, principally in the Pacific from about 1910 on. Most are Japanese or Korean, but they were also used by the Chinese, Russians and some Pacific Islanders.The Norwegians, Portuguese and Spaniards occasionally used them in the Atlantic in the 1950s.
Vintage Japanese Fishing Floats 6"
Lobster Float Buoy Dark Red, White, Dark Blue,
Coastal Jewelry, Coral Pendant. Our little helper and beautiful daughter sets up her own line of Sea Jewelry, inspired by long ocean walks, picking up seashells and fresh breeze.
Driftwood Wreath 25". It's terrific handmade coastal gift. It is carefully handmade with driftwood pieces and rope. Perfect reminder of the beach vacation times.it can be hang on the wall, frontdoor, or as a centerpiece with a candle. Add it to your cart before someone else snaps up this sea treasure!
Glass Deck Prism. For centuries, sailing ships used deck prisms to provide a safe source of natural sunlight to illuminate areas below decks. Before electricity, light below a vessel's deck was provided by candles, oil and kerosene lamps all dangerous aboard a wooden ship. The deck prism was a clever solution: laid flush into the deck, the glass prism refracted and dispersed natural light into the space below from a small deck opening without weakening the planks or becoming a fire hazard.
Glass Deck Prisms
SEA Sign, Vintage, Wooden. These are rare letters, made from old Indonesian ships (as shown on the picture attached), so keep some scratches, several different paint layers, but that is part of their history and nautical charm.
Ship Lantern Vintage Brass. It's a rare and beautiful authentic ship light in vintage good condition, to which we added some cleaning and polishing. It's was found at shipwrecking yard, where "retired" ships and their tools are collected. It was used on board sailing ship probably decades ago.