Two oil drippers and a pressure gauge of ship's steam engines (3) - Brass, Glass - First half 20th century

Description
Two oil drippers and a pressure gauge of ship's steam engines (3) - Brass, Glass - First half 20th century
Great Britain

Two oil droplets of brass and glass both completely whole also the glass. Both come from ship steam engines. The small model is mounted on a wooden base. The larger model is loose in a metal stand in which it can be exhibited. The standard comes with it.

With these two oil droplets a pressure gauge of a ship steam machine of brass and glass.
The pressure gauge is working, tested with air pressure. On the dial all specifications and the creator of this pressure gauge:

Star BD = Starboard
Boiler steam

The North Eastern Marine
Eng Co. (1938) Ltd.
Wallsend-on-Tyne& Sunderland

Pessure LBS. Per O


It concerns three beautiful, well-conditioned historical ship engine parts. Very decorative maritime objects.

Please take a look at the many added photos, which are a part of the description.

Dimensions:
Large oil dropper:
28 centimetres long
A diameter of 7 centimetres
Diameter Stander 11 centimetres
16 cm high

Small oil dropper 16 centimetres high
Diameter 4 centimetres
Diameter Wooden foot 9 centimetres


Pressure gauge:
15.5 centimetres diameter front
Height: 5 cm.
Diameter back 18 centimetres

Total weight approx. 3 kg.


Will be carefully packed and sent by registered mail with PostNL

Lot details
No. of items
3
Object
Two oil drippers and a pressure gauge of ship's steam engines
Material
Brass, Glass
Estimated Period
First half 20th century
Country of Origin
Great Britain
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
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