This is a model set from our range of Fantasy Scenics. These sets are designed to accessorise your tabletop dungeon scenery, adding statues, treasure chests, sarcophagi, the remains of careless adventurers, and other furniture and detritus often found in the dusty corners of your favourite underground complexes.
This is a large stone sarcophagus, typical of those used to entomb the remains of a wealthy tradesman, city official, or even a deceased adventurer. This one is badly damaged, with the side smashed in and the lid broken. It has obviously been looted by ghouls or grave-robbers.
The model was hand-sculpted by Andrew May. It is a multi-part miniature (3 parts) which requires minor assembly work. It is approximately 45mm long, cast in pewter, and is supplied with a 50mm round plastic slotta-base.
All our miniatures are sold unassembled and unpainted.