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Cuttysark Nautical Antiques has a wide selection of nautical items. The store's owner Roger Ottenbach or one of his deck hands would love to share the stories and history of many of the items you'll find in our store. If you don't see what you need or want, just ask, we can probably locate what you want even if it's not currently in stock. Call (206) 262-1265 or email us a with specific inquiries.


Cuttysark takes pride in our selection of nautical artwork.  We enjoy working with several Puget Sound artists who have developed a unique feel for our water-rich area.  Our store is proud to be the exclusive area dealer for prints of today's foremost maritime artist John Stobart.  We also have a nice collection of older, framed artwork which will provide the classic feel of the sea to any room.

John Stobart enrolled in the Derby College of Art in 1946 following his apparent flair for drawing. He went on to study at London's prestigious Royal Academy School.  Finishing his studies, he embarked on an adventure to what is now Zimbabwe.  While in Zimbabwe, Stobart discovered that if he could use copies of the plans for new ships which were being built (no pictures could be taken of these vessels,) he could sketch and paint these new ships for their owners.  Stobart made his move to the United States and after a career painting commercial ships, he determined nautical history in the states was being lost.  He began a quest to paint seaports as they existed in the mid 1800's and became so successful that he is considered today's most prominent maritime artist.

The originals make great pieces for boardrooms, while the prints look wonderful in frames for the nautical lover.  

The Cuttysark is proud to be an exclusive west coast dealer of John Stobart prints.

Prints Carried in the Store Include: Seattle, USS Constitution (pictured above),  and many other great ships Click here to see his entire collection.
Prices range so please call if you would like more information.

Francis Mastrangelo was encouraged from a young age, a 7th grade math teacher to be exact, to continue in his love for sketching and painting.  After highschool he went on to study in on-the-job training in aerospace as a technical illustrator, later teaching himself graphic design and illustration.  Seguing into fine art, Francis decided the easiest way to market his work was to set up an easel in a retail venue.  He now does just that and paints at the Selden's Furniture location in Fife, Washington.

We are proud to display his work.

You can view some of the work we carry on Francis Masterangelo's web site at  including Tall Ships Guayas in Seattle (pictured above)
Prices range so please call if you would like more information.