WHAT SHALL WE DO NEXT M'LORD?
The clays you see on display here on the 'Workbench' went away for master moulding on Thu 30 July, so that we can now expect them to become commercially available at some point between the end of August and the middle of September.
HM 22nd (The Cheshire) Regiment, Scinde Campaign, firing line, quilted forage caps, coatees and knapsacks. (8 figures).
Personality Figure: Maj-Gen. Sir Charles Napier.
Preparations for Beloochee [Baluchi] infantry attacking.
The kneeling figure will be teamed up with other dollies we already have in hand for firing line codes. After Baluchis we will also produce Sikh and Afghan irregulars based on these and other dollies.
Officers in shell jackets.
The beginnings of command codes for our forthcoming British infantry releases, 43rd Regt. (left) and 22nd Regt. (right). Both are suitable for a variety of other regiments and operational theatres, in the early Victorian period up to 1858.
British line or light Infantry skirmish line, in coatees, crossbelts and blanket packs, Southern Africa 1848-53.
Mounted Basotho Warriors 1848-1880. Personality Figure: Lt-Gen. the Hon. George Cathcart.
It's all in the detail.
Above: Exquisite detail on a British heavy dragoon helmet; sculpted by the inimitable Paul Hicks.
Below: with three more items of headdress, also by Paul, namely a later P1847 heavy dragoon helmet, a light dragoon shako in quilted cover and a lancer's cap inside a plain cotton cover.