The Tiger Moth keyring by Clivedon is available in antique pewter and 22 carat gold.
The Tiger Moth was designed in the 1930s by Geoffrey de Havilland for use as a primary trainer aircraft in the RAF. The British biplane was predominantly used during World War 2 for maritime patrols, light bombers and defense. The Tiger Moth was replaced by the Chipmunk in the RAF in the 1950’s. The aircraft is still used for recreational activities such as trial lessons.
At Clivedon, we are specialists in the design and manufacture of aviation giftware and collectibles. Our product range makes for an ideal gift for aviation enthusiasts, pilots and collectors. Handmade from genuine pewter, the Clivedon product range is extremely high quality and robust.