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Choose from 73 pictures in our Box Turtles 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.

Fortnum & Masons Christmas Box for soldiers, WW1 Featured Box Turtles Print

Fortnum & Masons Christmas Box for soldiers, WW1

Advertisement for quintessential London department store, Fortnum & Mason, in particular their Thirty Shilling Xmas Box of selected provisions which could be sent to the front for lucky soldiers (though probably officers!). Latest date for dispatch to France was 14 December 1917 and a war catalogue was available upon application. The box contained a fine selection of food including real turtle soup, roast goose, brandy sauce and cherries in brandy. Date: 1917

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Indochinese box turtle (Cuora galbinifrons) Featured Box Turtles Print

Indochinese box turtle (Cuora galbinifrons)

Indochinese box turtle (Cuora galbinifrons), critically endangered species. All Cuora species have hinged ventral shells that allows them to seal themselves inside their shell - hence the name box turtle. Required mention: A Cupulatta Tortoise Protection Centre, Corsica Native to China, Vietnam and Laos

© BIOS PHOTO/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

Fan inro Partially opened fan decorated landscape Featured Box Turtles Print

Fan inro Partially opened fan decorated landscape

Fan and inro, Partially opened fan, decorated with a landscape with pine trees by a lake. In addition, a medicine box (inro) on which a crane and bamboo is depicted. In addition, a bead (ojime) of gemstone and a belt knot (netsuke) of ivory in the shape of a turtle. A long-haired turtle is a symbol of a long life, because of the belief that it gets a tail of seaweed at the age of 10 000. The crane and pine trees are also lucky symbols. With three poems, fan, Totoya Hokkei (mentioned on object), Japan, c. 1822, paper, colour woodcut, h 181 mm ? w 162 mm

© Artokoloro