Jolly Roger Pirate Ship from the “Pirates of the Caribbean” movies.
“Jolly Roger” over time has come to mean pirate ship. It refers to the “Skull and Crossbones” flag and was used during the 1710s by a number of pirate captains including Black Sam Bellamy, Edward England, and John Taylor. It went on to become the most commonly used pirate flag during the 1720s.
Now you can get this museum grade Jolly Roger Pirate Ship for your collection. Our master craftsmen handcrafted this nicely detailed model from scratch using historical photographs, drawings, and original plan. We selected finest woods and material to build this model. Also, we use “plank on bulkhead” construction method which is similar to the building of the actual ship. Each model requires hundreds of hours to finish and must go through a demanding quality control process before leaving the workshop.
You can find many details of the model such as: complex rigging with hundreds of blocks and deadeyes, figurehead, cannons, anchors, bell, and other fittings made from metal. A unique stern design which you will never see on any other pirate ship. All the ship and sails are weathered by by our top skill craftsmen. The front bowsprit and two large masts are connected securely using advanced rigging and lines painstakingly knotted and fastened by hand. Each yard has an attached hand-stitched unfurled sails made of fine linen.
Further more metal anchors and a wooden rudder are visible on the front and rear of the ship. On the deck, there are metal stationed cannons, authentic hand-built lifeboats with ribs and planks, metal pirate statues, wooden cabin, wooden barrels, metal steering wheel, and many other spectacular ornaments. There is also an exquisite detailed admiral’s quarter on the stern with beautiful handcrafted metal lanterns, statues and ornaments. This model comes standard with a marquetry wood base and it’ll make a perfect gift for home or office decorator, boat enthusiast or passionate collector.
- Unique design stern with intricate details
- Metal casting figures, not plastic
- Marquetry base wood inlay
- The model ship was applied various Painting and Weathering Techniques