The Mary Rose (1511-1545) London Sundial Compass

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4-5 719.10 10.00%
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  • By The Mary Rose (1511-1545) London brand.
  • Lustrous handcrafted brass finish.
  • Compact at 4.5 cm, light at 90g.
  • Accurate and functional sundial.

Product details

Weight 180 g
Dimensions 2.5 × 0.3 × 2.5 in
Brand The Marry Rose
Material Brass
Finish Shiny Brass
Condition New
Country/Region of Origin India
Features Long Lasting
Care & Instructions

Cleaning Method

  • For brass compass care, dust with a soft cloth. Use brass cleaner for tarnish, gently polishing and buffing to shine. Avoid abrasives to prevent scratches.


  • Store your compass in a dry place to prevent corrosion or tarnishing. Brass is resistant to moisture, but prolonged exposure can affect its appearance and the compass's functionality.

Avoiding Chemicals

  • Keep the compass away from harsh chemicals and alcohol, which can damage the brass finish and potentially interfere with the compass's magnetic accuracy.

Note: Given its handcrafted nature, treat your compass with extra care to maintain its craftsmanship and aesthetic appeal.

  • Compasses, including sundials and Brunton compasses, are navigational tools used for orientation, land navigation, and measuring angles of the sun. Sundials track time using the sun's position, while Brunton compasses are favored by geologists for precision in fieldwork.
  • If not collected within 10 days at the nearest delivery hub, Craple reserves the right to modify or cancel the order.
  • Our compasses undergo rigorous quality control checks. If you receive a defective or damaged item, contact us at contact@craple.com with evidence of the issue (unboxing video and photos) to initiate a warranty claim.
  • How is the compass delivered?
    Delivery is made via the customer's chosen shipping service, with packaging and dispatch within 2 days.
  • Do I need documents for delivery?
    No additional documents are required for receiving your compass.
  • Why isn't shipping free?
    Shipping costs vary; separating product and shipping fees ensures transparency.
  • Is my order/payment secure?
    Yes, transactions are secure with us, thanks to our registrations on platforms like Etsy, eBay, and Amazon.
  • Displayed accessories are not included unless specified.
  • The actual product may slightly vary in appearance due to its handmade nature and the variations in brass polish under different lighting and screen settings.


Size Width (inches) Width (cm) Height (inches) Height (cm)
Small 2.0 5.08 1.5 3.81
Medium 2.5 6.35 2.0 5.08
Large 3.0 7.62 2.5 6.35
XLarge 3.5 8.89 3.0 7.62
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Discover the beauty of seafaring tales and ancient maritime adventures with The Mary Rose (1511-1545) London Sundial Compass.

Dimensions & Weight: Elegantly designed, the compass has a diameter of 4.5 cm, making it compact yet robust. Weighing a mere 180g, it strikes a balance between solidity and portability, embodying its rich marine lineage.

Material & Finish: Each compass, meticulously handcrafted in India, shines with a lustrous brass finish. This brilliance is reminiscent of the allure that ancient maritime collectibles hold, revealing tales of bygone eras and legendary sea voyages.

Functionality & Design: Beyond its stunning appearance, this sundial compass stands as a beacon of impeccable craftsmanship. Fully functional and designed to point true North, it’s a harmonious blend of tradition and precision.

Versatile Appeal: The compass’s versatile nature is undeniable. Ideal for those with a keen interest in nautical history, educators looking for engaging teaching tools, or anyone desiring a unique decor piece. Its charm is bound to captivate and inspire conversations.

Indulge in the world of nautical elegance and history. Add this Sundial Compass from The Mary Rose (1511-1545) London to your collection, exclusively on Craple.com.

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