Not only can our little miniature WW1 officer's dugout, trench and poppy field be seen in the third and final part of the "how to make feature" in the latest October issue of Dolls House & Miniature Scene Magazine which is currently out now in the shops, but.....
it will be on display in all its glory at Miniatura (Birmingham NEC) on the Dolls House & Miniature Scene Magazine stand, over the weekend of September 20th & 21st. And also....
Robin (my workshop colleague and co-creator of this project) and I are delighted to announce that it is now up for sale, to help raise funds for the Royal British Legion (50% of all proceeds will be donated to the charity).
For the past 4 months, this has been on display at Thame Museum (Oxfordshire - UK) as part of the museum's WW1 Centenary Exhibition...where it has been a big hit with visitors, we understand.
But now it is time for it to find a permanent home. So, if you are interested in purchasing our unique scene, please do get in touch. More info can be found on the following page:
We will accept offers in the region of £250.00...however please note, due to the sheer weight and fragility of this completed project, it will have to be collected in person. If you wish to purchase it at Miniatura, it will have to remain on the magazine's stand until the end of trading on the Sunday.
Hope someone out there can give this a good home.