Antiques World Antiquated Red & White Ship Lamp High Quality Solid Brass 1919 Rose London Engraved On The Top Item No:- AWUSAML 043 Weight:- 0.968 gms (Approx) Size:- Width- 11.5cm (Approx) Height- 26 cm (Approx) Description:- A pair of two stylish antiquated solid brass red and white coloured glass stylish ship lamp with 1919 Rose London on the top of the lamps and can be used as a gift and also as a home décor which will perfectly fit in your house. Short History:- In 1838 the United States passed an act requiring steamboats running between sunset and sunrise to carry one or more signal lights; color, visibility and location were not specified. In 1848 the United Kingdom passed regulations that required steam vessels to display red and green sidelights as well as a white masthead light. In 1849 the U.S. Congress extended the light requirements to sailing vessels. In 1889 the United States convened the first International Maritime Conference to consider regulations for preventing collisions. The resulting Washington Conference Rules were adopted by the U.S in 1890 and became effective internationally in 1897. Our Company Believes In Building A Long Term Relationship With The Buyers By Providing Quality Products, Packing And Smooth Deliveries. This Has Enabled Us To Bag Repeat Orders From Our Existing Buyers Located Worldwide. We Are Already Exporting To Usa & Reputed Country In Bulk But We Need More Counterparts In Your Country. We Hope We May Be Able To Serve You Better. Note: Colours May Slightly Vary Or May Not, From What You See On Your Monitor With The Actual Piece. This May Be Because Of Monitor Resolution Or Picture Tube Variances. The Image Shown Is Shot From The Master Piece And We Always Ensure We Send You The Exact Shown Colored Product With The Same Workmanship And Prints. Products With Dyeing Work May Have Slight Color Variations Because Of Manual Dyeing Process.
Antiques World Antiquated Red & White Ship Lamp High Quality Boat's 1919 Rose London Marine Maritime Lamp Lantern Lamps & Lighting AWUSAML 043 - B077QW3HPS