As discussed in our last installment of Roll the Bones, we talked about the definition of the titular term and how it's about taking a chance. Since we have so many lovely skeleton figurines from Lemax, we thought we would talk about them some more this week. Join us as we look at some of the great pieces we still have available.
People always appreciate a gentleman, no matter the time or place. This piece exemplifies that perfectly. We have two skeletons in Victorian inspired garb and it appears that the, very festive, gentleman skeleton is tipping his hat to the lady skeleton as they pass on the street. Maybe they know each other or maybe he is trying to catch her eye. Either way, he definitely has her attention.
This piece makes an excellent addition to any Spooky Town train set. We have an employee for the train company that has been doing his job for a bit too long. Wheeling luggage for people, generally being ignored as he does his immensely important job. Having to overlook, or occasionally wrangle, the mysterious contents of the trains occupants.
Finally, we have this great Day of the Dead inspired piece. A cheerful mariachi band has continued their talents in the aftermath. We have a very traditional mariachi lineup of instruments with the violin, the guitarrón and the vihuela, which is the large guitar with the rounded back. These skeletons are ready to bring that festive, song and dance to any Spooky Town.
While these part might not necessarily go together very well, they can definitely be added to any Spooky Town village. The Land of the Dead is a varied place with many different types and kinds of people inhabiting it. They can also be placed around your house as a spooky little treat for keen eyed guests.
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