Size: 8cm wide x 2cm depth x 3.4cm height.
Flat packed in kit form and ready for you to choose your own colors and design. I used copic markers to color and spray paint. Non-opening member. This is an advanced kit for an experienced dolls house maker.
The gold/blue I decorated with diamond painting drills. These are not included in the pack. This is a decoration suggestion.
The chest is the most common and fundamental item of medieval furniture. Wealthy nobles would own hundreds upon hundreds of chests, as shown by wills and death-rolls.1 Chests in the Middle Ages served simultaneously as both furniture and luggage. Chests were the most important furniture item of the medieval noble household.
Chests are also the most useful items of medieval furniture we can make for use in the SCA. As the great nobles in the Middle Ages traveled from manor to manor, we travel from event to event and must store our SCA goods in the meantime. This article is a survey of chest construction and decoration techniques in the hope of inspiring woodworkers to build more medieval chests.
Designed and laser cut by Raptoor.