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In the attic, something glints.
A scrap of metal. Etched and shaped by your grandfather as a young soldier. A souvenir of the momentous events of war. Despite its name, most trench art was created far from the battlefields. On the home front or in hospital beds. The work of hands that couldn’t bear to be idle. Bringing new beauty to shell casings and cast-off canteens. Find striking examples of the original upcycled artwork in this trench art collection.
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