Items created in the trenches during the First World War from shells, bullets, shrapnel, airplane fragments, brass, steel or other metal fragments found on the battlefield.
The most popular items made in this way were the vases from decorated shells, the desk or portable lighters, the picture frames, miniatures of various objects, writing pencils, candlesticks, sweetheart brooches

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1915 18 Pounder RFC Royal Flying Corp Shell Case Trench Art Coal Scuttle

£75.00
~ 1915 18 Pounder RFC Royal Flying Corp Shell Case Trench Art Coal Scuttle ~ The piece is made of

1915 And 1917 German Trench Art Shell Case Pair

£120.00
~ 1915 And 1917 German Trench Art Shell Case Pair ~ The vases are etched with a spray of roses

1942 Trench Art 40mm Bofors Shell Case Engraved C S Pacific 1945

£80.00
~ 1942 Trench Art 40mm Bofors Shell Case Engraved C S Pacific 1945 ~ The shell case is lightly engraved

1943 6 Pounder Chromed Shell Case Trench Art Ashtray No 2

£40.00
~ 1943 6 Pounder Chromed Shell Case Trench Art Ashtray No 2 ~ The piece is made of a shell

1974 76mm Trench Art Shell Case Ashtray

£35.00
~ 1974 76mm Trench Art Shell Case Ashtray ~ The jar is made from a 1974 76mm shell case with

1974 Trench Art Shell Case Converted To A Jar

£25.00
~ 1974 Trench Art Shell Case Converted To A Jar ~ The jar is made from a 1974 shell case

A WW1 Bedfordshire Trench Art Desk Lighter

£65.00
A heavy and ingenuously made desk lighter.

Copper Ash Tray to Commemorate The Prince Of Wales Visit to Kobe In 1922 Aboard HMS Renown

£45.00
HMS Renown 1922 visited Kobe Japan HRH Edward Prince of Wales named rating A E Burt

Fine Quality WW1 Trench Art Lamp Stand

£445.00
~ Fine Quality WW1 Trench Art Lamp Stand ~ This is a stunning piece of WW1 brass trench art, based

Large WW2 Mid-20th Century Desktop Brass Model Of A USAAF Flying Fortress Bomber

£325.00
~ Large WW2 Mid-20th Century Desktop Brass Model Of A USAAF Flying Fortress Bomber ~ This substantial piece is fitted