Admiral Shore’s Study

I wanted to make an elegent Biedermeier-style roombox with the excellent kits available from MiniMundus. I decided to “set” the room around 1825, a period at the height of the Biedermeier movement.

By 1825, Admiral William Shore has had a long and distinguished naval career, and has impeccable taste.

His pretty young wife Cassandra joins him in his study for afternoon tea and a game of draughts.

The Admiral is pleased with his study, especially the marvellous display case for his trophies, and a writing desk so he can begin writing his memoires.

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Recreate The Look

  • Room box from Anita’s Dollhouse, Groningen
  • Parquet flooring squares from MiniMundus
  • Parquet flooring filling cut from Pine floorboards, from DHE
  • Arched window from HattonWoods
  • 5-arm Chandalier from HattonWoods
  • Admiral Shore by Marchpane Dolls
  • Cassandra Shore by Jill Nix of Woodside Dolls
  • Biedermeier style furniture made by me from MiniMundus kits
  • Busts and statues from various fairs
  • Globe on stand from Masters Miniatures
  • Rescue at Sea painting by Andrew Nicholls from eBay
  • Draughts board from Cancer Research stand at Miniatura
  • Drinks cabinet from Cancer Research stand at Miniatura
  • Table-top telescope from Goodies of Coggeshall
  • Marquery Tray from Jacqueline Crosby
  • Libray Books made by me from a Mini Mundus kit

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