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An authentic large opening ship's ALUMINUM porthole with 3 dogs recycled from the shipping industry that we've re-purposed into an impressive nautical mirror. These portholes are made from aluminum and to the highest marine specifications, salvaged from British and European ships built in the 1970's. Aluminum portholes are much lighter than their brass and bronze predecessors which makes them usable as a wall hanging in any nautical/coastal interior and is a perfect companion with brushed metal fixtures. These portholes are also paintable! The overall diameter of the porthole measures 19 1/2 inches and the mirror measures 13 3/4 inches. The projection of the porthole is 3 3/4 inches to the outer rim and 6 1/4 inches to the end of the dog. The weight is approximately 18 pounds.
As of most authentic ships salvage, you should expect a certain amount of weather wear, but this adds to the character and is part of owning authentic vintage and antique shipboard items.The finish of this aluminum porthole is brushed-silver in color.
Thank you for shopping at Skipjack Nautical Wares & Marine Art Gallery, dealers in authentic nautical maritime antiques, collectibles, maritime ship salvage and hardware. OUR STORE offers for sale exceptional, quality nautical furniture and furnishings, nautical lamps and lighting, marine instruments, model boats, nautical gifts and decor. We're everything nautical!
Skipjack’s Marine Art Gallery features exceptional works of art in various media representing artists from our region and as far away as New Zealand! Each artist that we show is chosen for their unique style of artwork, and has an artist page where you can preview their individual work. You can also browse art categorized by genre.
Please visit our online store again soon or if in the Hampton Roads (Tidewater) coastal region of Virginia, visit our marine gallery in historic Olde Towne Portsmouth. We're just a short distance from Virginia Beach, Colonial Williamsburg and the Outer Banks of North Carolina, and just across the river from downtown Norfolk. By boat, we're located at mile marker "0" of the Atlantic Intra-coastal Waterway!