Heat-resistant Nelson's Navy Tablemats

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Featuring reproductions of paintings by renowned marine artist David Bell, our range of tablemats shows six of the ships and scenes that were important in Nelson's career - from the Lowestoffe (his first commission, as 2nd Lieutenant) and the Agamemnon (his first command and said to be his favourite) to the Victory. The tablemats have brief narratives giving the ships' backgrounds and their significance.

They have tough lacquer-finished tops, are heat resistant to 100 degrees, cork backed. Come as a boxed set of 6.

Nelson's Navy Coasters are of the same high quality as our tablemats, but without the narratives, and come as a boxed set of 6.



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Lord Nelson

Nelson was a British naval commander and national hero, famous for his naval victories against the French during the Napoleonic Wars. Born on 29 September 1758 in Burnham Thorpe, Norfolk, Horatio Nelson was the sixth of the 11 children of a clergyman. He joined the navy aged 12, on a ship commanded by a maternal uncle. He became a captain at 20, and saw service in the West Indies, Baltic and Canada. When Britain entered the French Revolutionary Wars in 1793, Nelson was given command of the Agamemnon. He served in the Mediterranean, helped capture Corsica and saw battle at Calvi (where he lost the sight in his right eye). He would later lose his right arm at the Battle of Santa Cruz de Tenerife in 1797. As a commander he was known for bold action, and the occasional disregard of orders from his seniors. This defiance brought him victories against the Spanish off Cape Vincent in 1797, and at the Battle of Copenhagen four years later, where he ignored orders to cease action by putting his telescope to his blind eye and claiming he couldn't seen the signal to withdraw. At the Battle of the Nile in 1798, he successfully destroyed Napoleon's fleet and thus his bid for a direct trade rout
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