Early 20th Century Cape Cod Cast Iron Nautical Ocean Buoys

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Objects in images appear much bigger in person! Substantial cast iron nautical ocean buoys with fantastic vintage yellow marine paint. Embossed Falmouth, Mass. with a few other embossed markings. Found in the Cape Cod and Martha's Vineyard area. These are quite substantial and heavy and make an amazing visual statement.

Details

  • Period
    Early 20th Century
  • Materials and Techniques
    Cast   Iron
    Paint
  • Condition
    Good. Condition as expected for objects floating in the ocean for many years. Very sturdy and structurally sound. .
  • Wear
    Wear consistent with age and use. Minor losses. Minor fading.
  • Dimensions
    31 in. H x 31 in. W x 31 in. D
    79 cm H x 79 cm W x 79 cm D
  • Dealer Location
    Santa Monica, CA
  • Number of Items
    2
  • Reference Number
    f87341601143846263fs
About the Seller

1stdibs seller since 2009

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Located in Santa Monica, CA

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