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Sea Witch Decanter

Item #P13-15D


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Product Description:

You are looking at the Sea Witch Decanter. Sea Witch was an American clipper designed by naval architect John W. Griffiths for the China trading firm of Howland & Aspinwall. She was launched at Smith & Dimon in Manhattan, New York on December 8, 1846. The aging clipper ship was reassigned to serve as a steerage vessel carrying immigrants to the Western Hemisphere. In 1856,  while carrying approximately 500  immigrants from China on board, she met her fate and wrecked on a reef 12 miles off Havana.

On the bottom of the decanter, you will see the words- Famous Firsts Sea Witch R.E.M. 1980.

This is being sold as-is (no alcohol in the decanter)


Length: 6″
Width: 7 3/4″
Base: 6.25″ long  x 2″ wide
Weight: 7 oz.

You will be shipped the Sea Witch Decanter shown in the photos

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