• For Valour

    Tweet Air Ministry, 15 November 1940. The KING has been graciously pleased to confer the Victoria Cross on the undermentioned officer in recognition of most conspicuous bravery : — Flight Lieutenant James Brindley NICOLSON (39329) — No. 249 Squadron. During an engagement with the enemy near Southampton on 16th August 1940, Flight Lieutenant Nicolson’s aircraft …

  • ‘Endeavour’ Squadron Leader Geoffrey Wellum DFC

    TweetEditions of this remarkable sculpture are now becoming very limited the current edition for sale is number 21 of 25 ‘I first encountered Gregs work whilst filming at the Boultbee Flight Academy, in Chichester back in 2015 for Channel 4. I remember the reception area was jammed full of really amazing aviation artefacts; spitfire yokes, …

  • ‘Bang-On’

    TweetThe final tribute in this particular Spitfire trilogy, art and purpose unite to form a beautiful yet practical piece of original work. Following the tradition of classic Georgian door furniture this door knocker comes with an impeccable pedigree. Your opportunity to possess an original sculpture by Gregory Percival to be enjoyed by all. Possibly the …

  • ‘Double Exposure’ Photo Reconnaissance Spitfires

    Tweet‘Double Exposure’ An optical experience in respect of the Photo Reconnaisance Unit who flew bravely, unarmed and fast to capture vital images. Develop your own picture by viewing different angles of the cube. This solid cube weighs 13kg and is about 22cm cubed, containing two solid blue hand cast and finished Spitfires which have been …

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