'Go with a fair wind and a following tide', is a blessing that was given to the captain and crew of a ship when leaving dock to wish them good fortune and a safe journey. The design is based on a 19th century clipper in full sail from a stone carving found in the museum associated with the ruined Carmelite church in Lisbon. The church is kept unrestored as a memorial to the devastating earthquake of 1755. An ideal gift to give to a sailor or fisherman. This nautical blessing could also be given at a farewell ceremony or as retirement present.
Fixing Points: the hole under the top rigging between the two tall masts
Dimensions: 4.4" x 3.5" (11.2cm x 8.8cm)
Made in Bath, England by Black Dog Decorative Tiles (https://www.blackdogtiles.com)
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