Specifically I was keen for MedievalMorsels to offer 12th scale miniature pears by this December, to accompany my dollshouse miniature partridges. Mission accomplished this week!
|Bowls of pears, 12th scale dolls house food, by MedievalMorsels|
|A beautiful British Christmas stamp (1 of 12!) issued in 1977|
|Roasted partridges one inch dollhouse miniature by MedievalMorsels|
|The full 1977 Christmas set of British commemorative stamps|
|Not hens but capons modelled by MedievalMorsels|
|Two turtle doves or at least common or garden pigeons|
Four calling or colley birds - I will certainly need to find out about these. From the stamp they look like a member of the corvid (crows, ravens etc) family but perhaps the smaller blackbird, known for its beautiful song and thus a calling bird? Six geese present no problem, nor their eggs.
|MedievalMorsels takes on roast goose for a Tudor dollshouse|
|One inch scale dollshouse miniature food - geese eggs|
My biggest challenge will be seven swans swimming atop medieval pies. There are some stupendous models out there. I may have to make a medieval swan-shaped biscuits instead. Lets see how my modelling progresses in 2015!