Aluminum Hatch With Cover Original Paint
Quantity: 1 Piece in stock
Free Shipping in the continental US
Click on the photo to see additional images of this antique aluminum three-dog porthole mirror 17 inch diameter.
Nice original aluminum ship’s porthole that has been cleaned and polished. The mount ring measures 17 1/4 inches. The glass measures 11 3/4 inches and is original with light wear. All three closure dogs spin on and off with no problem. Weighs about 17 pounds.
The back side of the frame is smooth. When mounted to the wall, this porthole will extend out a total of about 5 1/4 inches. This is an authentic porthole that was removed from a working vessel. You can expect some minor wear to the surfaces of the frame.
You will be shipped the aluminum ship’s porthole shown in the photos.
Quantity: 9 piece in stock
Additional views of this authentic large rectangle brass porthole can be seen by clicking on the photo.
More than one matching piece in stock!!!!
This authentic large rectangle brass porthole is one example of several portholes we recently recovered from a shipyard in the Great Lakes Region of the US. I have several portholes of this design in stock.
This large rectangle porthole has a total weight of 66 pounds. The outside frame measures 20 1/4 by 28 1/4 inches. The original glass measures 15 3/4 by 23 1/2 inches. The flange on the back side of this porthole measures 16 7/8 by 25 1/2 inches, and it extends out from the frame by just a little less than one inch.
The original glass is free of any cracks but does have minor surface wear and minor scratches. This porthole was polished, but I would not consider it a fresh polish job. The paint has been removed, but the brass surfaces have taken on a weathered look. With a little elbow grease and some polishing compound you could bring back the shine if that is the desired look you are after.
The closure dogs on this porthole have a very unique design. The shape of the closure dogs is one aspect that you need to focus in on. When was the last time you saw a closure dog shaped like this? Now, for the most unique part of the closure dog design is the closures operate from the back side of the window. Think about it, most porthole designs have the closure dogs on the front side of the window. With this design you can have the look of the brass porthole on the outside wall, and have the opening and closure dogs on the inside of the wall. It truly is a very rare design, and opens up the door for a variety of different and functional uses.
Quantity: 23 Piece in Stock
Click on the photo to see additional images of this large cast brass porthole window.
This large cast brass porthole weighs 75 pounds. The outside frame measures 22 x 30 inches. The original glass window measures 17 3/4 X 25 inches. The glass is in good condition with minor wear, but no cracks. The two closure dogs open and close freely. The window frame opens and closes freely. The flange on the back side of this porthole measures 19 X 26 1/4 inches and extends out from the back side by 3/4 of an inch.
This porthole has a nice weathered patina that is free of any paint. The flange on the back side could use a little extra cleaning.
This is a rare size porthole, so if you are looking for a porthole to make a table, this is you monster!
You will be shipped the porthole shown.
Quantity: 1 Piece In Stock
Click on the photo to see additional images of this unrestored cast brass porthole window.
This cast brass porthole window has a 9 inch frame. The original glass is 5 inches in diameter. The opening window frame is 6 1/2 inches wide and opens and closes a bit tight. The wing nut closure on this cast brass porthole window also moves a bit tight to lock the window closed. The flange ring on the back measures 6 1/4 inches in diameter and extends back from the main frame by 2 inches. This porthole weighs nearly 7 pounds.
Original glass may have surface wear that can include a weathered look and minor scratches.
Be sure to check out our other portholes in stock. Some are in their original, unpolished condition. Since many of our items are found on the decks of vessels meeting their demise at the shipyards, the first step is getting the items removed. Then it’s some polishing and repair work, in some cases, and then on to our warehouse. After a final going over, we list our items here. The entire process can take several weeks!!
Give us a call at 574-870-1571 if you have questions, or if you are ready to place an order.
You will be shipped the cast brass porthole window shown in the photos.
Quantity: 1 Piece In Stock