- The nostalgic enamel signs are produced entirely by hand.
- Base material 1.2 mm, sheet steel.
- Size: 10 x 14 cm.
- Due to the manual production process and the build-up of each color in the oven at approximately 800°C, a color difference cannot be completely ruled out.
The Statendam was a passenger ship of the Dutch Holland-America Line that was commissioned in 1957. It was the fourth ship to bear this name and was originally intended for regular service to New York. From 1966 to 1982, the ship was used as a cruise ship by the Holland-America Line. After the sale in 1982, the ship changed name and owner several times.