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Crest Gallery

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Choose from 137 pictures in our Crest collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Views and crafts of Buckinghamshire, Womens Institute banner design, 1937, (1943) Featured Print

Views and crafts of Buckinghamshire, Womens Institute banner design, 1937, (1943)

Views and crafts of Buckinghamshire, Women's Institute banner design, 1937, (1943). Page painted by a member of a Buckinghamshire Women's Institute, showing a lace-maker; a chair bodger'; wildlife; a Windsor wheel-back chair; Monk's Risborough; The Guildhall, High Wycombe; John Milton's cottage, Chalfont St Giles; beech trees; the Whiteleaf Cross at Prince's Risborough. From a book illuminated by members of Women's Institutes and presented to their Chairman, Lady Denman, June 1937'. The Women's Institute (WI) was formed in Britain 1915 to revitalise rural communities and encourage women to become more involved in producing food during the First World War. The organisation broadened its aims to provide women with educational opportunities, learn new skills, take part in a wide variety of activities and to campaign on social issues that matter to them and their communities. It is non-sectarian and non-party political, and is the largest voluntary women's organisation in the UK. Published in "Women's Institutes, by Cicely McCall. [Collins, London, 1943]

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Carving of Owl-Man According to legend Owl-Man was killed at Icy Bay (in around Featured Print

Carving of Owl-Man According to legend Owl-Man was killed at Icy Bay (in around

Carving of Owl-Man According to legend Owl-Man was killed at Icy Bay (in around 1890)by a tree which fell on him. The carving shows him with a bird's body and a human head. It is believed to have been carved from the tree that killed him and was used at feasts which honoured his memory. Country of Origin: Northwest Coast of America. Culture: Tlingit. Place of Origin: Yakutat, Alaska. Material Size: wood, hair. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/Portland Art Museum, Oregon, USA . Location: 18

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Carved house post which relates to the mythological tale of Bear-mother Featured Print

Carved house post which relates to the mythological tale of Bear-mother

Carved house post which relates to the mythological tale of Bear-mother.A young woman was taken to the home of the bears as a punishment for insulting them. She married the Bear-chief's son and gave birth to two semi-human cubs. The two human faces of the children are seen on the hands of this carving. Country of Origin: Northwest Coast of America. Culture: Kwakiutl Indian. Place of Origin: Used to support the roof beam of a house in Kitimat village.Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Museum of Anthropology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver. Location: 04

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