Product images of Anchor - arm and palm underside
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Anchor - arm and palm underside
Scale: Unknown. A model of the fluke and arm of a Perrin anchor made entirely in wood, carved from a single piece, and stained a dark brown colour. The arm is cut-off at an angle, and the half lap scarf joint where the arm is connected to the crown is also cut at and angle, though greater than the end joint. The joint where the arm would theoretically be connected to the fluke is shown as a dark line drawn underneath the fluke.
Original size: 31 mm x 190 mm x 72 mm
- Image reference: L1373-002
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London