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Bottle 1470 - Santissima Trinidad in a Bottle
Date Added: 15 March 2021

Santissima Trinidad, a Spanish vessel built in Cuba in 1769, participated in the Napoleonic wars first as an ally of France, then of Great Britain, was sunk during the battle of Trafalgar (October 21, 1805). This model is made in an ancient 800 flask of about 3 liters and is placed on a fractino-style walnut table. The hull is also stained in walnut while the deck is left clear to bring out the superstructures and guns, all enriched with decorations and rigging.
Type: Santissima Trinidad in a Bottle   Maker's Name: Dallafiora, Aidano
Category: Sailing Ships   Made Where: Parma, Italy
Bottle Size: 800 Flask   Year Made: 2021
Bottle Type: 3 liter