Big Ship Salvage has been offering nautical salvage items for several years from its Pauline, South Carolina warehouse. The company is pleased to announce expedited order fulfillment; 95 percent of orders are filled within 24 hours.
Antiques and souvenirs are always very popular decorations and make fantastic gifts for the holidays. Along with art and mementos related to various aspects of Americana are salvage items from the maritime industry. The family owned business Big Ship Salvage has been providing nautical salvage aficionados, with everything from souvenir portholes to compasses and light fixtures, for several years. The company’s South Carolina based fulfillment center has been providing excellent service since 2012 and is now pleased to announce increased turnaround service; over 95 percent of website orders are shipped within 24 hours of order.
Customers have the pleasure of choosing from a wide array of antiques related to life on the seas and to classic steamships of the 19th and early 20th centuries as seen at http://bigshipsalvage.com . Among the more popular collectors’ items are light fixtures, many of which can sit nicely on a mantle or a coffee table. As this standard item is virtually always in stock, same day shipping is very easy.
Big Ship Salvage co-owner John Clifford is always happy to share classic and hard-to-find Ship Salvage souvenirs as seen at as seen at http://www.bigshipsalvage.com/antique-products/Sale-11 . He recently shared the find of a beautiful engine room telegraph. Unique items such as this are fantastic gifts for antique aficionados this holiday season. Big Ship Salvage’s expedited warehouse shipping is also ideal for ensuring that a large item is delivered promptly and without damage to the recipient.
Big Ship Salvage owners John and Carla Clifford have focused on buying Shipwreck salvage as seen at http://www.bigshipsalvage.com/ about after beginning their business as a general antique distributor. Acting as the primary buyer for Big Ship Salvage, John travels the east coast buying from some of the world’s largest salvage companies. The increasingly quick order turnaround time is only the latest of ways in which the company offers the antique industry’s best service.
About Big Ship Salvage:
Started in 2002 as a general antique dealership, Big Ship Salvage grew to include nautical antiques. During a buying trip to the British Colony Regions in India, founder John Clifford discovered the large ship breaking yards that would allow him to acquire genuine brass lights and other nautical items. The business slowly transformed to focus solely on nautical salvage, and in 2012 the company opened a new warehouse in Pauline, South Carolina. Today, the company regularly purchases ship salvage and offers these incredible finds to the public.
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