Our collection of absolutely stunning globes span four centuries, from the Renaissance to the colonial era. They come in different dimensions and are mounted on a wide variety of wood and metal stands. All Globes are handmade from specially reproduced paper gores. Twelve sections are hand glued onto a plastic (small) or papier mache (large) sphere. Every Globe is a masterwork, a combination of superior technology from the era and the artistic drawing skills of a European cartographer.
Beautiful, medium-size 16th C. Mercator globe. Mounted on a classic library desk stand, of a style and design found in many originals now exhibited in science and maritime museums, and Kunstkammers. Hand applied paper reproduction gores and pole caps cover a preformed core.
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Bronze meridian mounted with a small bronze pole circle and pointer
Hand turned cherry wood cradle of classic shape and design
Paper zodiac band circling the equator as originally drawn by the cartographer Mercator.