Sunday, November 08, 2020

I’ve decided to offer an early discount on all orders over £30 whilst we are continuing to face more disruption to our lives. From now until the 5th December spend over £30 on figures ( does not include the already discounted unit deals) enter the coupon code Christmas20 and you should receive the discount ( any problems get in touch)

I have more figures on order from Griffin and shall do my best to update stock levels.

Keep safe.

Thursday, October 08, 2020

It’s been a while since I updated and apologies for that. The new Fife and Drum miniatures have eventually been added to the shop and decent stocks of the French Indian War militia and Civilians are held.

The new charging French have been selling well and I am waiting on new stocks of these figures although some stock is still available.

I apologise that posting of parcels is still a little slower than I would like but I am still trying to only go to the Post Office once a week and unfortunately there appears to be no end in sight of the ongoing restrictions..

I have finished the conversions of Rangers in leather caps and am working on some militia conversions to go for casting shortly.

If you have any questions don’t hesitate to get in touch, thanks for your continued support and keep safe.

Saturday, August 22, 2020

I received the new greens for the French Indian War from Richard this week and sent them straight off to Griffin. They will be up for pre.order in a couple of weeks as Griffin are so busy current turn around is running at 4-6 weeks.

I am due new stock next week which is a relief and that should include stock of the new Saxons and the Fife and Drum Morgans rifles.

More news will be going out in the Newsletter later today.

Keep safe

Welcome to Crann Tara Miniatures

This is a range of 1/56 scale figures (approximately 30mm in height) the majority of the figure are sculpted by Richard Ansell, however Andy Stadden has sculpted the Saxons and pieces across the other ranges.

John Dougan also sculpts part time and his main interest is the War in Savoy and we will see more from him over time.

 I have decided to focus on the period in the mid-1740’s the armies of Britain and France continue to expand as figures for the War in Canada and the Caribbean are being added. Savoy and Spain have also seen additions and the army of Saxony is almost complete. There are still some surprises planned over the next 12 months.

Cast in white metal by Griffin moulds these figures are some of the finest sculpted and cast. They are fully compatible with Fife and Drum miniatures and Minden Miniatures both of which are available from Jim Purkey in America.