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Tavern tables with drinks
Tavern tables with drinks
Tavern tables with drinks
Tavern tables with drinks
Tavern tables with drinks
Tavern tables with drinks
Tavern tables with drinks
Tavern tables with drinks
Tavern tables with drinks

Tavern tables with drinks

Serial: 127-2
13 USD
on demand

The estimated delivery date: 10 August

Four round tables with food and drinks.



Made of resin.

Assembly required.

Sold unpainted!

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RPG.net Review

What's on the Table: The "Tavern tables with drinks" miniature set consists of two large tables with food, two small tables with food, four chairs, and sprues with additional dining ware. Each table has a half-barrel to support it underneath. One of the large tables has a stack of dishes and mugs, a "block" of cheese with cutting board and knife, a whole chicken, and three serving plates with meat, a leg of chicken, and a fish head. The other large table has another stack of dishes and mugs, a bowl of stew and spoon, an empty bowl, a loaf of bread, sausage served on a cutting board, a candle, and mugs and cups. One of the mugs is even filled with beer. If there's a criticism of the serving ware, it's that some of the designs are reused on different tables. This can be used to fill out a tavern, house, or other village building. Tiny Furniture also has other tavern-related sets, such as chairs, dining tables, food and drink, beds, kitchens, boxes, barrels, rats, etc.

Fantastic Price: Despite the number of pieces, the tavern tables miniature set comes at an affordable price. (The price is $13 for twelve resin pieces and two or so sprues, with ten or so pieces per sprue.) You do have to pay for shipping, so I recommend buying several Tiny Furniture models at once, or price check AQ Hobbies, a reseller. Note that if you already have tables, Tiny Furniture sells sprues of food and drink pieces separately, and these sets contain pieces not in the tavern set, such as the head of a roasted pig. As said, you can also purchase Tiny Furniture miniatures through AQ Hobbies, which also sells other miniature products. : https://www.ebay.com/str/aqhobbies

Intermediate level: While most terrain miniatures let you get away with slapping on the paint, a wash, and a drybrush, the Tiny Furniture details mean you will want to give them as much attention and work as any high-quality resin or metal figure. Make sure you take that into account before the day of the adventure!

Painted and Unpainted: Tiny Furniture also has a painting service, in case you don't have the time (or skill) to paint these miniatures. However, check the site to see how long it will take to paint the miniature set. A picture of the painted version is at the end of the WIP pictures.

To Sprue or Not to Sprue: As said, the miniature pieces come on a sprue as well as on the tables themselves. This has its pros and cons, and I have a slight preference for the the sprue over the table. With the sprue, you glue (or use Museum Wax) the individual food and drink pieces wherever you would like on the table (as well as any tables you may already own). On the other hand, with tiny furniture being tiny, it's easy to lose pieces and there's sometimes not enough room on the sprue to paint between two different ones. Also, removing the sprue from the small pieces requires some filing down, and you may need to touch up the piece if you detach it from the sprue after painting it. (Perhaps only prime and basec

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