Bag End on display at Dolls House Emporium!

took Bag End to the Dolls House Emporium at Ripley today.  Packed everything up in my trusty Games Workshop model briefcase – FAB for storing little models and miniatures

Bag End pieces packed up for travelling in my car

Dolls House Emporium had created a custom perspex box for it and done some lovely signs – really impressed.   A journalist came to take some photos too and an interview so will be in the paper this week 🙂

Sign in the Entrance to Dolls House Emporium

Bag End in the custom display case

 If anyone fancies visiting, directions to the store are here:

it is a massive shop full of all sorts of treasures and a lot of the things I bought for Bag End are on sale here!


3 Responses to “Bag End on display at Dolls House Emporium!”

  1. THIBAULT Says:

    Hello miss chamber, as you I am a big fan of the Lord of rings and I would also like to make a model of bag end but I have no exact measure; could please you send me a message containing the scale(ladder) or (and) the mesures.thank you .thibault

    • Maddie Chambers Says:

      hiya it is just a bit smaller than 1/24th scale and the model is about 4 foot wide square (sorry i cannot measure it for you as it is on display in a shop at the moment) – but if you want to make a similar one, just decide how big you want yours to be and divide it into rooms!

  2. Gemma G Says:

    Hi Maddie

    Just wanted to say, I think you have done a wonderful job, it is a pleasure to see! I just need to sort some time off of work to drive down and see it in Derby!

    Keep up the good work, can’t wait to see what you take on next.

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