1 of 9 images

Early 20th Century Cape Cod Cast Iron Nautical Ocean Buoys


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.


  • Period
  • Materials and techniques
  • 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

    H 31 in. x W 31 in. x D 31 in.

    H 78.74 cm x W 78.74 cm x D 78.74 cm

  • Seller location
    Santa Monica, CA
  • Sold As
    Set of 2
  • Reference number

Shipping, Returns & Payment

  • Online Payment Methods
    1stdibs accepts the following payment methods
  • Item Invoice
    Generate an invoice that you can customize and print.

About the Seller

Top Seller
1stdibs seller since 2009
Typical response time: 1 hr
Located in Santa Monica, CA
You may also contact the seller by phoneCall seller through 1stdibs

Why Shop on 1stdibs?

Learn More

Only Vetted, Professional Sellers

Buyer Protection Guaranteed

Fully Insured Global Deliveries

More From This Seller

Iron Vintage Nautical Ship Vent


American Nautical Objects


Great ship vent found in the southern US. Great accent lighting if you have a light fitted for the bottom of the vent.

NaN / set

Collection of Three Early 20th Century "XXX" Ca...

American Signs


Collection of three iron railroad crossing "X" signs. Three dimensional lettering with different original paint surfaces. Embossed "W. 1777". Presented on custom ...

NaN / set

Collection of 19th Century American Eel Fishing...

American More Folk Art


Collection of nine early blacksmith-made iron eel fishing gigs. Collected in the Northeast. Majority are hand-forged. Heights range from 10" - 18.". Stands range...


Early 20th Century Double-Sided Iron Nautical T...

American Signs


Early 20th century double-sided sheet iron, cast iron, hand-painted trade sign with hand-forged hooks. Great hand-painted "The Norfolk" featuring a painted crest and battle ship. Han...

You May Also Like

Early 20th Century English Pond Yacht

English Nautical Objects

Canvas, Lead, Wood

The Round Pond in front of Kensington Palace is one of many ornamental ponds around London where people would take in a lovely afternoon sailing their model yachts. This wonderful po...


Early 19th Century Nautical Octant Now as Table...


English octant with bone inlay used for celestial navigation with original box. Recently converted into a table lamp.


20th Century Ship's Wheel

American Nautical Objects

Solid hardwood ship's wheel with ten spokes and a brass fitting. American made, the spokes of this massive ship's wheel feature turned details making it an impressive accent piece in...


20th Century French Crystal Ship Chandelier

French Chandeliers and Pendants

Crystal, Tôle

This stunning French crystal chandelier stretching 5 feet in length is sure to make a statement. The chandelier has recently been cleaned and rewired with porcelain sockets.

NaN Sale Price
28% Off

Large 20th Century "Lydia" Ship Diorama


Large 20th century "Lydia" ship diorama. Black ship, bright blue skies, white clouds, white sails and white rope trim give this a nice contemporary feel.


American Cast Iron Sailing Mayflower Doorstop, ...

American Doors and Gates


American cast iron Mayflower arched doorstop with sailing vessel on rough seas. Signed on lower base, mayflower, 1620. Late 19th Century.


Early 19th Century Naive French Votive Ship

French Nautical Objects

Early 19th century French Votive model ship. Naïve in construction and decoration. The hull carved from a single solid piece of French oak. The figurehead on the prow is a separate p...


Late 18th-Early 19th Century Iron Gate Lock in ...

European More Folk Art


Continental gate lock in Iron dating from the late 18th or early 19th century in the shape of a violin.