Whole rigged model of the clipper ship 'Stonehouse'

Made:
1866 (original) 1871 (model); 1906 (rigging modified) in England, Tyne and Wear, Sunderland and Pallion
maker:
Gilbert Row Gilbert Row
manufacturer:
John Smurthwaite
modifier:
Science Museum, Workshops
Whole rigged model of the clipper ship 'Stonehouse' (model - representation; watercraft) Whole rigged model of the clipper ship 'Stonehouse' (model - representation; watercraft)

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Whole rigged model, scale 1:48, of the sailing clipper ship 'Stonehouse', designed by Gilbert Row in 1863-1864 and built by John Smurthwaite at Pallion Shipyard, Tyne and Wear, England, 1866, later renamed the 'Fanny', made by 1871, masts, rigging and sails by the Museum in 1906.

Whole model of the clipper ship 'Stonehouse' 1866. (Rigged in the Museum) Scale 1:48 Built by John Smurthwaite of Pallion. Renamed 'Fanny' in 1875

Details

Category:
Water Transport
Object Number:
1877-426
Materials:
wood (unidentified), cotton (fibre), metal (unknown), cotton (textile) and paint
Measurements:
overall: 1000 mm x 1800 mm x 480 mm,
type:
model - representation and watercraft
credit:
Row, Gilbert