Boeing 737 N364SW Aircraft Fuselage Cut Table Sculpture

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A piece of art with aviation history is now available on your table or bookshelves. 

This artistically made table sculpture was cut from the fuselage of Boeing 737 / MSN 26757 previously operated by Southwest Airlines. This upcycling art piece has original stringers remained – you will be able to touch and feel the real aircraft structure.

The sculpture comes with a wooden base which was made from high quality North American black walnut and a metal information display.



  • Fuselage size: approx. 9 cm * 20 cm (each item varies)

  • Wooden base with aircraft information

Aircraft Information

As the launch customer for Boeing 737-300, Southwest Airlines took delivery of the first ever Boeing 737-300 in November 1984. Between 1984 and 2017, the airline operated 195 Boeing 737-300 aircraft which accounted for nearly 20% of global 737-300 fleet.

Registered as N364SW, this Boeing 737-300 MSN 26575 was delivered to Southwest in 1993.

The aircraft retired from Southwest in 2016 and was scrapped for parts in Arkansas, USA. We were able to preserve part of the fuselage and manufacture limited number of original aircraft skin tag that carries aviation history.


Due to the value and weight of this item, we strongly recommend you select DHL EXPRESS as the shipping method. 

This product is a specially handcrafted item. The edge may be sharp and rough. It may cause wound on skin. Keep away from children's reach. 

Each product is unique - color, thickness and wear may differ from one piece to another piece. We did our best to craft and clean each item by hand carefully, however, some scratches on the surface of the product are inevitable due to age of those airplanes. These variations and imperfections are not product flaws. Rather, they are the history and story of the airplane and this Aviator’s Story will continue as a art piece.

Boeing 737 N364SW Aircraft Fuselage Cut Table Sculpture