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Pots Gallery

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

Choose from 335 pictures in our Pots 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.


Tunisia - Arab Bazaar Featured Print

Tunisia - Arab Bazaar

Tunisia - an Arab dealer sitting in his shop, surrounded by his wares (pretty much everything you can imagine) including drapes, rugs, pots, a stuffed baby crocodile, swords, guns, inlaid mother-of-pearl tables, plates, lamps and candlesticks

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Africa, African, Arab, Arabian, Baby, Bazaar, Bazar, Candle Sticks, Crocodile, Dealer, Decorative, Drapes, General, Guns, Hardware, Historical, History, Inlaid, Items, Lamps, Mother, North, Pearl, Plates, Pots, Rugs, Shop, Sitting, Store, Stuffed, Surrounded, Swords, Tables, Tunisia, Tunisian, Wares

German rescue buoy in Channel by G. H. Davis Featured Print

German rescue buoy in Channel by G. H. Davis

Rettungsboje -- nicknamed lobster pots by the RAF -- German rescue buoys anchored in the English Channel during the Second World War. A diagrammatic drawing of one of the new German rescue buoys anchored ten miles off the French coast for use by German crews forced down by RAF action. Date: 1940

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

1940, 2nd, Action, Anchored, British, Buoys, Channel, Coast, Crews, Cross, Davis, Diagram, Diagrammatic, Down, Drawing, English, Forced, French, German, Historical, History, Iln, Lobster, New, Nickname, Nicknamed, Pot, Pots, Raf, Rescue, Rettungsboje, Sea, Section, Survival, Transport, War, Wartime, World, Ww2, Wwii

British and German boy scouts at camp, Denmark Featured Print

British and German boy scouts at camp, Denmark

British and German boy scouts at camp in Copenhagen, Denmark, making a kitchen rack for pots and pans. They were taking part in an international Jamborette arranged by the Danish Boy Scout Movement, involving scouts from twelve different countries: Denmark, England, Scotland, Austria, Holland, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, Norway and Sweden. A few American scouts also took part. Date: 1956

© The Scout Association / Mary Evans