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Medallion Relief Cut Ships

Wall Hanging Displays

14th Century North Sea Merchantmen    Two of the Medallion Series ship designs are relief cut wall hangings of a 13th Century Mediterranean Merchantmen and a 14th Century North Sea Merchantmen. These displays are one-half side view profiles of oak ship hulls that are trimmed out in purpleheart, padauk, walnut and/or mahogany. Masts, etc., and rigging are made from hardwood dowels and brass rods. The ship models are contained within ready-to-hang solid oak frames measuring 15-1/2" tall, by 15-/2" wide, by 2-1/2" deep. As with all Medallion Series ships, no more than 20 units of the 13th and 14th Century Merchantment wall hanging ship models will be made by the artist. Each wall hanging unit, of each design, may slightly vary from one to the next by the use of different types of wood and/or by variations in sail configurations. Each ship comes with one polished brass title plate that notes the type of ship represented, the date (year) the model was made, and the artist's name. The backside of each frame will also be signed and numbered by the artist. Wall hanging ship models cost from about $180 to $220.



Table/Shelf Displays

16th Century Galleon    There are six different types of Medallion Series ships now designed and being built by the artist for display on table tops and shelves: a 13th Century Ship of the Cinque Ports, a 13th Century Mediterranean Merchantmen, a 14th Century Mediterranean Merchantmen, a 15th Century Carrack, a 3rd Century Roman Merchantmen, and a 16th Century Galleon. Further ship designs may include 17th and 18th Century ships. Medallion Series ship model hulls are made of oak and trimmed out in purpleheart, paduak, walnut, dubongo, and/or mahogany. Masts, etc., and rigging are made from hardwood dowels and brass rods. SINCE 2008, ALL MEDALLION SHIPS HAVE BE MADE WITH FULLY BILLOWED, ANTIQUED (HEAT TREATED) COPPER SAILS. No more than 20 of each type of design will ever be made, and no ship of any design will be exactly the same as others. Each ship design type may slightly vary from one to the next by the use of different types and amounts of hardwood trim, and by mast/yardarm sizes. Each ship comes with one polished brass title plate that notes the type of ship represented, the date (year) the model was made, and the artist's name. The underside of each ship base will also be signed and numbered by the artist. These ships vary in size depending upon design type. They are approximately 14 to 28 inches long; by 14 to 31 inches tall; by up to 11 inches wide. Medallion Series ships generally cost $250 to $550 each for those designs built in numbers not to exceed 20 units. One-of-a-kind ship designs can range in price from about $350 to $2,000.

Display Cases

 No display cases are provided with the Medallion Series ships.



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