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Nauticalia Ltd

Hall: Hall 3 & 3A Stand: 3J50-K51
  • £50 - £99
  • Designer
  • Kitchenware
  • Menswear
  • Souvenirs
  • Womenswear
  • £20 - £49
  • Couples
  • The Family
  • Wholesale
  • £100 - £249
  • Him
  • Distributor
  • Home Décor
  • Home Textile & Soft Furnishing
  • £0 - £19
  • Gift
  • Her

World leaders for traditional nautical gifts, furnishings, and coastal souvenirs including: brass clocks & barometers, ships' bells, globes, replica navigation instruments, telescopes, thermometers, lighting, model yachts & ships, drinksware, decor, greeting cards, beach huts, keyrings... Many of these items can be personalised, and a free catalogue is available on request.

Address

The Ferry Point
Shepperton On Thames
Middlesex
TW17 9LQ
United Kingdom

Website

http://www.nauticalia.com

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  • Finest quality cap heavily embroidered with 'Mermaid Off Duty'. Made from 100% cotton twill. One size fits all.
  • Bold nautical and coastal prints bring a bright seaside feel to these coordinated range of kitchen textiles.
  • Tactile cushions with print, embroidery and beadwork which combine to give a coastal-theme.
  • Amerigo Vespucci – from whom America takes its name – is the inspiration for this antique effect globe which is presented with a high-gloss finish.
  • Finest quality cap heavily embroidered with 'Captain'. Made from 100% cotton twill. One size fits all
  • Wooden life ring measures 30cm.
  • Hanging glass heart measures 42cm
  • Perhaps the most used multipurpose astronomical instrument in history, the astrolabe is known to have been in use since at least 200BC and rose to prominence in the Middle Ages. Essentially, it’s an e ...
  • This desk clock takes the form of a ship’s porthole, set within a polished circular aluminium frame with contrasting brass ‘rivets’. Diameter 18cm. Uses 1xAA battery (not supplied).
  • Little cast aluminium tray, enamel coated and printed with various designs. Waterproof and food safe. Great for keys, odd & ends, or nibbles too.
  • Developed in 1938 from a Schneider trophy-winning design by the aeronautical engineer and designer R.J Mitchell, the Supermarine Spitfire became the hero of the Battle of Britain in the summer of 1940 ...
  • Subtly-curved stained glass sails of these yachts will glow and shimmer as the light changes. Handmade and original.
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