- Mid-Century Modern green steamship tumblers measure 10 cm tall, 7.7 cm wide, (3.9 inches tall, 3 inches wide)
- Very good condition
- Sully was one of the first steamships from the port of Marseille. It was part of a regular service inaugurated in 1831 between Marseille, Genoa, Livorno, Citta Vechio and Naples.
- Great Western was the first steam vessel designed and built for the Atlantic trade. Her construction was a great departure from conventional ideas, and a decided contradiction to the prevailing authorities on marine architecture.
- Le Precursor was launched by the Eastern Steam Navigation Company to develop steam communication with India.
- Gomer was a hybrid sail-steamship and it brought French King Louis Philippe to Royal Clarence Yard.
- La Guyenne launched the route between Bordeaux and Rio de Janeiro from 1860 to 1869.
CARE: We recommend washing these Mid-Century Modern green steamship tumblers by hand because of the gold detailing. Wash in warm, soapy water and dry with a soft cloth.
Mid-Century Modern green steamship tumblers discovered at a brocante in Paris' 11th Arrondissement.