Maritime and Nautical Gifts Maritime and Nautical Gifts

Help Support the Archives and Buy gifts hereOn the following page you find a number of maritime and nautical related gifts ideas and items that I think would be appreciated by any fan of all things nautical.

When you buy via the links on these pages you will be helping support the Figurehead Archives and your support is greatly appreciated.

A Unique Opportunity

From the celebrated artist Kevin Dean
A unique opportunity, exclusive to the Figurehead Archives, to acquire original watercolours used to illustrate the book,
 “Warship Figureheads of Portsmouth” from the Author David Pulvertaft.

Original Watercolours for Sale
Original Watercolours for Sale

For anyone interested in the subject of Naval Figureheads this is a rare opportunity to buy an original watercolour by the well known and very respected artist and illustrator Kevin Dean MA ( RCA ).

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Pusser's Rum Ship's Decanter

Pussers RumPUSSER'S RUM brought cheer to British sailors the world over for over three centuries. It was first introduced in the Tropics, because where traditional ale spoilt rapidly,  in 1655, but soon became standard issue across the fleet. Splice the Mainbrace!


250th Anniversary Nelson Bust

Nelson BustA spectacular cold cast bronze powder-filled resin bust, mounted on Victory oak plinth with a section of copper plating on one side. The plinth measures 7" square and 2" thick whilst the bust is 12" tall and 8" wide, weighing 8.5-lb.


Lord Nelson Candle Snuffer

Lord Nelson Candle SnufferThis Lord Nelson Candle Snuffer candle snuffer relies heavily on the fine sculptural details of the medals and facial features united by the strong colours used in the fine hand painting. Measures 5” tall, 2” wide.


HMS Victory Ship-in-Bottle

Ship in Bottle These ships-in-bottles combine wooden hulls with printed card superstructures, extensive rigging and detailed sails.
They are made in England by a small family enterprise to a style that has been popular for several decades.
The ships are set in realistic-looking seas, with name boards and placed in distinctive genuine Haig's Dimple or other appropriate bottles and corked.