An ingenious invention designed to calculate latitude, this Nautical Sextant is a replica of those used by traditional navigators. A fascinating item to examine up close, it will become a treasured curiosity for your library or study!
Made of bronzed brass with silvered scale and scope and glass filters, the sextant measures 4.25 x 4.25 x 2.25 /11 x 11 x 6cm.
For the Captain at home, this handsome bronzed ship’s bell on a stand is a wonderful focal point for a desk or displayed on a bookcase. Featuring a hand knotted bell rope and a distressed wood stand, the Captain’s Library Bell would also be a striking dinner bell when placed on a sideboard!
Overall measurements are 6 x 9.5 x 7.75 / 15 x 24 x 20cm.
For the ship‘s captain at home or abroad... This handsome bell is handmade and sand cast of solid heavy brass with a bronzed finish. Made as a wall-mounted bell, it has a chunky, hand knotted lanyard pull. Measures 5 x 4.75” / 12.75 x 12cm.
A beautiful pewter candle snuffer that is both useful and decorative! Place near your dining room candlesticks on display or keep on a mantelpiece or dressing table. Quickly and elegantly put out the candles! The scrollwork handle makes a perfect grip for this nicely weighted snuffer. A lovely hostess gift!!
These lovely Brighton Shell Teaspoons feature a shell-shaped bowl, visible on the front and back of each spoon. A perfect, 18thc-19thc. touch will be added to your tea table when you use these! The shell motif was extremely popular for many years, and was featured on countless lines of flatware. These petite spoons are perfectly sized for teatime....not too big and not too small!
Teaspoons are made of durable, heavyweight stainless steel. Dishwasher safe. 5.25” long. Set of 2.
Have some tea with Jane! This charming Jane Austen Portrait style cookie cutter makes your cookies really stand out. With a full impression on the surface of the cookies, in addition to the silhouette, these are truly impressive! Recipe and instructions included.
Portsmouth played a part in Jane Austen’s own life, as well as that of her character Fanny Price in Mansfield Park. With seafaring brothers to visit, Jane was familiar with the bustling port town and made it the home town of her heroine, Fanny. Fanny was always happy to have her brother William visit her at Mansfield, and William was just as happy as she!
“I shall have enough of Portsmouth and of dancing too, when I cannot have you." ~ William Price, Mansfield Park
This lovely anchor bottle opener has a patina to it’s brass finish, evocative of vintage brass kitchen implements. Keep it in your kitchen for a charming nautical touch! Measures 3” x 2.”
Perfect for making a solo cup of loose tea, this charming, heart-shaped tea strainer is just the right size for you teacup or mug! Simply fill the open heart with loose tea of your choice, put in mug, pour boiling water over it and allow to steep, stirring occasionally. Remove when tea is brewed to your preferred strength....no mess! Keep with your tea making supplies for a quick cuppa. Lovely for gifting, too!
”There could have never been two hearts so open, no tastes so similar, no feelings so in unison, no countenances so beloved.” ~ Jane Austen, Persuasion