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White Star Line, RMS "Olympic" Special stateroom restored 'Venesta' panel, 14" x 39", c-1911.

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£1,750.00

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White Star Line, RMS "Olympic" Special stateroom 'Venesta' restored panel, c-1911.

Restored panel from one of the ships special state rooms on the Prom deck, c-1911.

Fully restored, one section remained untouched from when it was installed on the ship, so I chose to leave that strip preserved to retain that original paint finish, which would most likely date from c-1911.

Reverse marked with ships details, in fantastic typical shipyard handwritten script (pictured).

Brass plaque with provenance details.

Dimensions:- 14" x 39". 

Please note shipping is expensive but at cost, organised by my shippers, Pack & Send Reading, unless you want to make your own arrangements, of which I will be more than happy to assist.

Each article will come along with a certificate of authenticity. 

Please check out my blog for more information on this article, its history and provenance. 

Items under 5kg can be shipped via Royal Mail or Parcel Force, items over this weight can be shipped via Pack & Send.

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White Star Line, RMS "Olympic" Special stateroom restored 'Venesta' panel, 14" x 39", c-1911.