Fw190, BF109G pieces of wrecks. A fair amount of original paint can be seen on those pieces. RLM76, 74, 75 and some hand painted red stripes on the Fw190 in the foreground. This one will be mounted next to a cowling panel painted in a winter scheme (Latvia 1944). Stay tuned.
Once again this is a rare opportunity to own a piece of history. I will be creating a single edition of a one of a kind Mustang panels and mounting an actual fuel cap from that aircraft long side. Though I do not have a story behind this piece, I still think it is unique and as you can see it has the original red paint on it. It looks as it has seen its share of skies, if you know what I mean. I will post photos of the art in progress. Stay tuned
Recently I was able to get my hands on pieces of wreckage from crashed Fw190 and BF109G planes. What makes those more interesting is the fact that I also have the stories behind the crashes. SO, I decided to offer the collectors a very unique chance to own one of those pieces . The final result is a very nice shadow box which houses a small panel on one side and the wreck piece on the other. Box measures 15x12x3. in all honesty IT IS ONE OF THE NICEST PRESENTATION I’VE EVER FABRICATED? The first set I made (photo above) sold immediately and I believe the same will happen with the next framed art pieces I will post. Stay tuned in the next few weeks as I have some one of a kind offers.
These new designs are now available at our store http://battlegroundstudio.storenvy.com
Those small cowling panels frames look really cool! we guarantee them as conversation pieces when your family, friends or customers will see them displayed on your wall.
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