£1,200.00 (inc. VAT)


A  very rare pair of stern carvings from the Brigantine Amity, built by MacGill at Bowling Glasgow in 1827.  She was built for Ebenezer Roy Jnr & Ebenezer Roy Snr, as a Cargo Passenger vessel.

She was lost on Rocks at Port Askaig Islay  while on a voyage to Archangel in Russia in 1843.

On the back of each plaque is a copy of an old newspaper cutting &  also has a penned written on a piece of paper some history to the vessel.


Each plaque is 11in height x 8.5in width

1kg each

1 in stock

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