Queen Elizabeth 2 Turbine Blade SculptureItem Number: 88082 Sold
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A superb piece of maritime history! When Queen Elizabeth 2 was re-engined in 1986/1987, her turbines were replaced with diesels. In a very smart move for collectors, Cunard commissioned artist Michael Cox to create small sculptures using the ship’s turbine blades. This particular sculpture was part of a blade from her low-pressure turbines. It has a lot of heft to it. Comes with the original card explaining the history of the piece.