Evoke nostalgia with the Arabella from Everything Nautical. The Arbella or Arabella was the flagship of the Winthrop Fleet on which, between April 8 and June 12, 1630, Governor John Winthrop, other members of the Company and Puritan emigrants transported themselves and the Charter of the Massachusetts Bay Company from England to Salem, thereby giving legal birth to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Also on board was the first female poet to be published from the New World; Anne Bradstreet and her family. The ship was at first known as the Eagle. Its name was changed in honor of Lady Arabella Johnson, who was a member of Winthrop's company, along with her husband, Isaac Johnson.
Crafted by the most skilled craftsmen, this model features the finest details and quality construction. A great accent piece for your home or office, this exclusive edition of the Arabella is constructed using a plank on frame method, where all wood strips are carefully joined together to form a smooth hull. Realistically detailed, it captures the historic and old-world appeal of the Winthrop Fleet's flagship in the 1600s. Use it to add life to your desk, or to round out your shelf decor.
Pair this ship with a Tabletop Display Case - #P002 - 40" W x 13.75" D x 39.25" H, or the Floor Display Case - #P010 - 40" W x 13.75" D x 69" H
- Exotic high quality wood
- Exquisitely detailed
- Built according to scale
- No plastic parts
- 100% assembled and ready for display
- Dimensions: 36" L x 11.5" W x 32" H
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