Rolls Royce V12 Griffon Coffee Table

Rolls Royce Engine Coffee Table

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Using a matching pair of Rolls Royce Griffon cylinder banks, engine covers and 12 highly polished original exhaust stubs, Intrepid Design have created this incredible table.

This Rolls Royce Griffon aircraft Engine would have been used to power Supermarine Spitfire’s and Shackleton aircraft.

The Rolls-Royce Griffon is a British 37-litre (2,240 cu in) capacity, 60-degree V-12, liquid-cooled aero engine designed and built by Rolls-Royce Limited. In keeping with company convention, the Griffon was named after a bird of prey, in this case the griffon vulture.

The Griffon was the last in the line of V-12 aero engines to be produced by Rolls-Royce.

Limited to 8 pieces, Intrepid Design have created an innovative Nixie clock, fabricated from the internal components of the Rolls Royce Griffon aircraft Engine, as used to power Supermarine Spitfire’s and Shackleton aircraft.

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Technical Information
Rolls Royce
Date of Manufacture:
Circa 1940
A1 - Newly Created
58 CM
Glass Dimensions:
140 x 150 CM
Engine Dimensions:
130 L x 116 CM Wide
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