During the Great War, from 1914
1918, a new kind of art flourished. Hand crafted creations from gifted soldiers and Army personnel became known as trench art. They used whatever material was at hand…bullet shells, wood and fabric, during an era when planes ...
Wood propellers used to be replaced
as often as tires. Old ones were usually taken home, completed with a clock, and hung over the mantel. Mechanics, pilots, flight crew. They wore propeller tiepins and badges and transformed propellers into memorabilia.