WW1 Trench Art 1917 18Pr Shell Dinner Gong Antique c1917
Matt and Elisabeth Davies
This Absolutely Stunning piece of WW1 trench art is fantastic ! made from a spent 18pr shell that was first made and filled in Vickers england , this peice of trench art also has a long rifle bullet used as the tip of the striker for the shell now turned gong the eighteen pounder was the standard British field gun of WW1 and served from its introduction in 1904 until 1945. It was horse drawn throughout the First World War , but this piece is in amazing condition with age and character coming through , this could been fired multiple times or just the single use before being made into a piece of history that will forever be around.
Dimensions 36.5 x 19 x 36 cm or 14.3 x 7.4 x 14.1 inches
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