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Art Deco ‘Saturn Lamp’

This superb Art Deco Lamp is a reproduction of a very rare Saturn Lamp first seen in Paris in the early 1940’s! This Quality Reproduction is an absolute Classic Piece and will be a true ‘functional feature’ in any Home, Office or Boardroom! When the lamp is on – the effect is as if the …

Bernard H.V.40

The Bernard HV40 was a racing seaplane designed by the Société des Avions Bernard for the French government to compete in the Schneider Trophy. The H.V.40 was powered by a Gnome-Rhone Mistral radial engine designed to produce 1,000 hp The H.V.40 flew well but had poor high-speed performance, achieving only 261 mph! This beautiful ‘low …

De Havilland DH.88 Comet

The ‘Comet’ was a twin-engined British aircraft that won the 1934 MacRobertson Air Race, a challenge for which it was specifically designed. It set many aviation records during the race! The 11,000 miles flight took 70 hrs 55mins and the time has not been beaten to this day!! This ‘Art Deco’ styled model has been …

Supermarine S.6B

The Schneider Trophy, (or prize or cup) was a prize competition for seaplanes in 1911, it offered a prize of roughly £1,000. The race was held eleven times between 1913 and 1931. It was meant to encourage technical advances in civil aviation but became a contest for pure speed with laps over a triangular course …

‘Golden Arrow’

The Golden Arrow was built for Major Henry Segrave. It was one of the first ‘streamlined’ land speed racers, with a pointed nose and tight cowling. Power was provided by a 23.9 litre Napier aeroengine, originally intended for the Schneider Trophy airplanes producing 925 hp @ 3300 rpm. In March 1929, Segrave went to Daytona, …

Short Sunderland ‘Flying Boat’ on Tripod

This is a superb quality Art Deco casting of a Short Sunderland ‘Flying Boat’ – flying around the Globe, mounted on a quality teak tripod! This beautiful ‘Olde World’ piece was made to celebrate the romance and adventure of the 1st Around the World air travel for passengers from London To Australia in the 1940’s …

Douglas DC3 Aircraft Lamp

This is a superb quality Art Deco Aluminium & Glass casting of the legendary Douglas DC3 Aircraft produced from 1936 to 1942. Over 16,000 DC3s or derivatives were produced and many remain in service around the World today! The casting is in Aluminium (not cheap plated material!) polished to a beautiful lustre and treated to …

Short Sunderland ‘Flying Boat Lamp’

This is a superb quality Art Deco casting of a Short Sunderland Flying Boat, mounted on a flexible metal Lamp stand affixed to a half World Globe base. The casting of both the half World Globe & Flying Boat is in polished Aluminium NOT cheap ‘plated’ material! The Lamp is then treated to prevent tarnishing! …

Short Sunderland ‘Flying Boat’

This is a superb quality Art Deco casting of a Short Sunderland ‘Flying Boat’ – flying around the Globe! This beautiful ‘Olde World’ piece was made to celebrate the romance and adventure of the 1st Around the World air travel for passengers from London To Australia in the 1940’s to 1960’s, taking some two weeks …