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Mend Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 59 pictures in our Mend collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


A fisherman mends a lobster pot in his waterside shed Featured Print

A fisherman mends a lobster pot in his waterside shed

A lobster fisherman mends a lobster pot in his waterside shed in Holy Island harbour, Lindisfarne, Northumberland, England. He works in a shed cluttered with fishing and sailing gear Date: 2014

© Philip Dunn / Mary Evans Picture Library

2014, Coast, Coastal, Dunn, East, England, Fisherman, Gear, Holy, Island, Lindisfarne, Lobster, Lobsters, Mend, Mending, North, Northumberland, Philip, Pot, Sailing, Sea, Shed

WWII knitting, New Woollies for soldiers, sailors & airmen Featured Print

WWII knitting, New Woollies for soldiers, sailors & airmen

Front cover of a knitting booklet from the Second World War published by yarn manufacturer Weldon, featuring woollen garments which could made for men in the armed services, modelled here by a cheery-looking RAF airman, soldier and sailor. Date: c.1941

© The Joyce Meader Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

1940s, 2nd, 40s, Army, Booklet, Cardigan, Cardigans, Clothes, Clothing, Cover, Craft, Crafts, Dads, Fashion, Forties, Front, Garments, Guard, Handicraft, Handicrafts, Handmade, Home, Homemade, Ii, Jumper, Jumpers, Knit, Knitted, Knitters, Knitting, Making, Men, Mend, Mens, Military, Mittens, Navy, Pattern, Patterns, Raf, Sailors, Scarf, Socks, Soldiers, Sweater, Sweaters, War, Weldon, Weldons, Wool, Woollen, Woollies, Woolly, Workers, World, Ww2, Wwii

WW2 - Austerity - Getting by with Shreds and Threds Featured Print

WW2 - Austerity - Getting by with Shreds and Threds

WW2 - Austerity - Getting by with Shreds and Threads. Lovely card by Evelyn E Morris, relating to the need for austerity during wartime and hence a lack of available cloth for new clothes or repairs. The lighthearted tone is reflected in the puns used ("Comic Cuts"). Date: circa 1940

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

1940, 1940s, 2nd, 40s, Austere, Austerity, Availability, Bursting, Child, Children, Cloth, Clothes, Comic, Cominc, Costume, Cuts, Fabric, Fashion, Front, Historical, History, Home, Ii, Infants, Lack, Make, Material, Mend, Mending, Ration, Rationing, Rations, Seams, Shortage, Shortages, Shreds, Threads, Times, Urchins, War, Wartime, World, Ww2, Wwii