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Welcome to the Arthur Williams Collection, a carefully curated selection of the best Aviation lifestyle products.

Art & Sculpture

Beautiful objects that celebrate flight

Knights of the sky


Albert Ball VC, DSO & 2 Bars, MC (14 August 1896 – 7 May 1917) was an exceptional English fighter pilot of the First World War. He was a recipient of the Victoria Cross, for gallantry “in the face of the enemy”, the highest award that can be earned by members of the British or Commonwealth armed forces. […]

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‘Endeavour’, a bronze sculpture in tribute to Battle of Britain pilot Squadron Leader Geoffrey Wellum DFC, First produced in 2013, ‘lost wax’ cast bronze sculpture from the artist’s ‘Knight of the Sky’ sculpture series, depicting Geoffrey Wellum in the cockpit section of his MkIIa Spitfire in flight, the fuselage bearing his Squadron Code ‘Q J’. […]

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For Valour


This bronze sculpture is a tribute to Wing Commander Eric James Brindley Nicolson; Fighter commands only recipient of the Victoria Cross during World War II.

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Greg Percival ‘Tally-Ho’


This piece pays homage to the brave pilots who flew so gallantly during the Second World War, providing a snapshot of Douglas Baders ‘Dogsbody’ section flying from RAF Westhampnett during July of 1941. The four MKIIa. Spitfire’s of Douglas Bader, Alan Smith, Johnnie Johnson and Cocky Dundas follow the call of their leader, Bader… ‘Tally-ho’! Sculpture […]

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Supermarine Napier S.5. 1928


Flt Lt D’Arcy Greig sitting atop the stunning Supermarine Napier S.5. in 1928. At R.A.F. Calshot Seaplane Station. The Supermarine S.5. was designed by renowned designer Reginald Mitchel. Specifically built for the purpose of competing in the Schneider cup race, which it won in 1927. The aircraft would prove many of the design ideas, that […]

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Alan Cobham’s return


On the 1st Oct 1926 Alan Cobham landed his de Havilland D.H.50J seaplane on the Thames, in front of the houses of parliament. Brining to an end an epic 26,000 mile round trip to Australia. The reason for the flight was to rally government to embrace the future of aviation. ______________________________ Size Dimensions (mm): Total […]

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Jean Batten ‘Garbo of the skies’


Jean Gardener Batten, was one of the lesser know pioneers of her generation. Inspired to fly by her mother, and the great Charles Kingsford Smith, she set numerous solo records for flights between England, Australia and South America. To learn more about Jean’s story, you can find out more in my blog. ______________________________ Size Dimensions […]

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Silver Spitfire Bracelet


Introducing the ‘Spit’ bracelet. An utterly charming piece of fine solid silver jewellery. The first of a new range of products that will also be introduced to the collection soon. The ‘Spit’ Bracelet is cast in pure 925 sterling silver, with a UV resistant polyester wrap. There are many imitations available but the Wilbur & […]

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