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Vintage ships Salem Harbour Tile


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Vintage ships Salem Harbour Tile
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Display your favourite photos, images and quotes on this vibrant ceramic tile. Use as a trivet or to decorate your home. Great for Christmas, wedding and office gifts.

Diameter:10.8 cm
Depth: 0.5 cm
Weight: 106 g

  • Full-colour, full-bleed printing
  • White Ceramic
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Please note, we do not recommend using these tile outside and/or direct sunlight, as possible fading will occur.
Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note that this product’s customisable design area measures 10.8 cm x 10.8 cm. For best results please add 3 mm bleed.
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Vintage ships Salem Harbour Tile
Salem Harbour, oil on canvas, Fitz Hugh Lane, 1853. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Salem Harbour is a harbour in northeastern Massachusetts spanning an area north and south of Salem. Historically the Salem Harbour was the site of one of the major international ports in the colonies. During the American Revolutionary War, merchant ships were enlisted as privateers, an important role to augment the ill-prepared Continental Navy. Salem merchants defended the colonies during the American Revolutionary War through privateering. When the 13 colonies declared independence, the Continental Navy had only 31 ships. To support their efforts Letters of Marque were issued to private merchant ships to authorise them to attack enemy merchant ships. George Washington's Army numbered 11,000 men; there were 11,000 privateers at sea in the Atlantic, Caribbean, and between Ireland and England. One of the goals was to obtain gunpowder, outlawed for import by the British. Over 2 million pounds of gunpowder and saltpeter were brought in by the privateers and merchantmen. They also prevented British soldiers and over 10,000 seamen out of the British Navy, with the Continental Navy the total was 16,000 captured British.Titus, a slave to Mrs. John Cabot of Salem, established a business and successfully recruited blacks as privateers during the war. Captain Jonathan Haraden was considered one of the best privateers, simultaneously fighting three armed British ships. His efforts resulted in the capture of 10,000 cannons. During the late 18th and early 19th centuries made, international trade was conducted in Salem from the Atlantic coast "to the farthest ports of the rich east.Salem was one of the leading international ports by the end of the 18th century, importing ceramics, furniture, decorative arts, artificial flowers, textiles, spices and dye.
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