- 100% hand built from scratch using plank on frame method
- Completed models contain thousands of details created by the skillful master craftsmen.
- Made of finest wood like Rosewood, Mahogany, Teak and other exotic tropical wood.
- Chrome and brass fittings and ornaments constitute the excellence of the models.
- Extensive research through original plans and pictures makes the models authentic.
- Each model goes through a demanding quality control process before leaving the workshop.
- A strong wooden crate for each shipment is used to protect the product from breakage.
- Perfect gift for home or office decor, boat enthusiasts or passionate collectors
Dimension: L: 58 W: 17 H: 53 Inches Click this link to see the details About Sovereign of the seas XL Limited:
This is one of a kind, a gorgeous model of the Sovereign of the Seas. All details are handcrafted from beautiful wood such as mahogany, teak, rose wood and other exotic wood. The hull is constructed using plank on frame method, each strip of exotic wood are carefully join together to form a smooth hull. This model is completely hand built to spec by skillful and creative master craftsmen; you will be amazed at how real it looks. On the ship, you will spot amazing components such as: wooden bowsprit, foremast, mainmast, and mizzen mast. They are all connected to numerous fabric sails with detailed stitching, all rigging are painstakingly fastened by hand in matching colors. And of course, this model was built according to scale through original plans, pictures and drawings. Limited edition. Weve only built 5 of these so far. History:
H.M.S. Sovereign of the Seas, launched in 1637, was the most powerfully armed ship in the world in its day. It was originally going to have 90 guns, but King Charles I personally insisted that a "great ship" be built for the English Royal Navy, so it went to sea with 102 bronze guns. The vessel was the most extravagantly decorated warship in the Royal Navy, completely adorned from stern to bow with gilded carvings. The ship was later renamed Sovereign and then Royal Sovereign. It was destroyed by fire in 1697 in Chatham.
This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 04 April, 2010.