1913 inspires Imperial War Museum’s Christmas range


The Imperial War Museum’s Christmas range is this year inspired by the last Edwardian Christmas in 1913.

Christmas celebrations in Britain at this time would have been busy, memorable and fuelled by food and drink – at least at the higher echelons of society.

In recollection of that, the museum’s range of stocking fillers and decorations are this year inspired by Edwardian design and opulence.

Christmas would be a rather different experience in 1914, following the outbreak of World War I.

To access the IWM shop, click here.

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