Wed, 31st Oct 2012 12:00

Maritime and Scientific Models, Instruments & Art (Cochrane)

 
  Lot 133
 

133

A CUT GLASS AND BRASS DECKHEAD SALOON LAMP...

A CUT GLASS AND BRASS DECKHEAD SALOON LAMP FROM THE S.S. ROKER (1898)
the glass shade secured to balustrade top plate with central hole for electrical attachment, inscribed on top rim SS ROKER -- 11in. (28cm.) high

Built by Short Brothers for James Westoll, the Roker was launched on 2nd April 1898 and registered at 3,495 tons. She was broken up at Rosyth on 24th July 1933.

Sold for £930
Estimated at £150 - £250

(inc. buyer's premium of 24%)


Condition Report
Fine overall condition.

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A CUT GLASS AND BRASS DECKHEAD SALOON LAMP FROM THE S.S. ROKER (1898)
the glass shade secured to balustrade top plate with central hole for electrical attachment, inscribed on top rim SS ROKER -- 11in. (28cm.) high

Built by Short Brothers for James Westoll, the Roker was launched on 2nd April 1898 and registered at 3,495 tons. She was broken up at Rosyth on 24th July 1933.