|Title||Half-hull model, Witch of the Wave|
|Object Name||Model, Ship|
|Description||Half-hull model, starboard side, stained brown below waterline, black above line; gold-painted carved figure on billet head of woman standing; black bowsprit; mounting board is painted cream with raised molding; 3 labels: black and gold tin label "Witch of the Wave 1851", "Built by George Raynes, and "Presented by the Heirs of Charles W. Gray, Sr."|
|Year Range from||1850|
|Year Range to||1860|
|Artist||George Raynes Shipyard|
|Material||Maple and pine|
|Place of Origin||Portsmouth, NH|
Witch of the Wave was one of the fastest clipper ships built in Portsmouth.
Possibly hung in the office of Gray and Prime before coming to the Athenaeum.
Raynes, George, 1799-1855
Witch of the Wave (Clipper)
Gray and Prime