At one time flight was all about wood and canvas, and accomplished with basically one handle to pull and a couple of gauges to check. Wood propellers used to be replaced as often as tires and old ones were usually taken home to be transformed into memorabilia like a clock for example. Our assortment of early flight artifacts dates back to a time when pioneers conquered the air. All propellers are sculpted in wood, distressed and finished in an aged, smooth patina. Fascinating home décor.
For most of us, decorating the inside of our home with a biplane would present a few problems. Space is the primary challenge, and then there is the strong possibility—okay, inevitable fact—that your spouse would object. This is why decorative propellers exist.
Add some aviation appeal to your living room, study, or garage with a faithful propeller replica from Authentic Models. This model represents the type that would have appeared on a World War I aircraft, with painted blue tips and a star roundel.
It measures 47 inches long and comes in an attractive natural chestnut color with a glossy finish.