Very, VERY Danish /Viking ship scene painted on a gorgeous and now un-gettable slab of solid mid-century teak. Hang this on one of your walls and there's no mistaking who the biggest MCM fan is in your hood. Has a nice heft to it as well...
Very fine condition, no issues with the wood and on a few minor areas of paint loss, barely noticeable.
48" L x 18.5" H x 1" D
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