WILLIAM WIDDOP ADMIRAL FITZROY STORM GLASS

  • £19.99


The Storm Glass is a weather forecasting instrument used by sailors since the early 18th century, the basic original concept was refined by Admiral Fitzroy, who commanded HMS Beagle during Charles Darwin's expedition of 1834-1836

The chemicals in the Storm Glass form crystals in different formations depending on the weather outlook, see the photo of the enclosed instruction leaflet for more details

Overall it is 11.5" (29cm) high and the wooden base is 3" (7.5cm) square

This is not a toy, it contains flammable liquid and should be kept out of the reach of children

Brand new and boxed it will make a super gift - for grown-ups only!

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