The Royal British Legion has released a range of limited edition pins to commemorate the centenary of the Battle of Passchendaele.
Also known as the Third Battle of Ypres, it was one of the most significant conflicts of the First World War and was responsible for the death of 60,083 Brits.
The pins have been made from melted down brass fuses from British shells fired during the battle. The enamel paint used on the pins has been mixed with soil from the British front line.
The range has been designed by TMB Art Metal and each is presented in a lacquered wooden box with a commemorative certificate detailing the life of an individual British soldier whose life was lost during the 103 day battle.
The profits from the sales of the pins go directly to The British Royal Legion.