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Ship model French corvette L'Anemone of 1747

 

Ship model French corvette L'Anémone of 1747

 

Ship name L'Anémone
Scale 1 : 36
Length 110 cm
Width 50 cm
Height 95 cm
Material hull Pear, boxwood
Photos 1 Total views
Photos 2 Details of model
Price 22000 Euro
Transport cost Please inquire


 

 

 

 

 

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L'Anémone, a French corvette of 1747

  

The L'Anémone was a corvette of 12 guns of 4 pounds, built in Brest by Louis Ollivier and his father Blaise Ollivier in 1747. She was the second of a series of three ships, La Palme, L'Anémone and L'Amarante. The decorations were carved by Charles Philippe Caffieri.

Little is known about her service. She was repaired in Martinique in 1752. In May 1757, together with the La Pomone and the La Thétis, she captured two privateers from Jersey that were taken to Port-Louis. Later on, in 1759, she underwent a long refit at Rochefort. Her career in the French Navy ended in April 1761 in the Bay of Biscay when she was taken by the English.

  

  

The L'Anémone model, photos, description and dimensions
 

The model was built by a very experienced model maker, M. Eric L'Emaillet, living in Quimper, France. He built several exquisite ship models, like the Le Boulongne that is on display at the Musée de la Marine in Port-Louis. In 1996 he won a gold medal for Le Boulongne at the French championship of naval modeling, and two gold medals for his model of La Renommée at the world championships in Switzerland in 1997 and in Belgium in 2000. His model of La Diligente was awarded a silver medal in 2000.

The plans were taken from the publication L'AMARANTE - Corvette de 12, 1744, ANCRE. Gérard Delacroix designed this monograph on the basis of original builders' plans and notes of the three ships. 

There are more pictures, several views of the entire model taken from all directions, and pictures of details of the model. Click images to enlarge!

This model is a very beautiful, very fine piece of work, a true masterpiece. The model was built partly without planking on starboard side, to show the interior fittings. The wood used is pear, natural or stained black for certain parts, and boxwood, for the decorations and sculptures, chosen for its yellow color and the great finesse of its grain. The metal parts are made of blackened brass.

 There are many photos of the building process on the website of the model builder.

The ship model is 1 : 36 scale. Length is 110 cm, width 50 cm, height 95 cm.

  

Price of the ship model and transport

The price of the model is 22000 Euro, plus transport cost.

The ship model was built by Eric L'Emaillet. It is available at his home in Quimper. Please contact him in French or English, if you are interested in the ship.
Eric L'Emaillet, 10 rue Bienvenue, 29000 Quimper, France, Tel. +33 662 194524, email: eric.lemaillet@orange.fr .

Transport: The ship model can be secured in a transport box. This way, delivery by truck or air cargo over long distances can be safely done.
If you live close by, picking up the model with your car may be a good way, too.


  Contact:  Tel. +49 2361 59757

Email:  michael.czytko@t-online.de

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