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Stone Houses - Masons District - Resin Buildings

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Scales and Sizes

Many products are designed for a specific scale but also a lot are useable in multiple scales, particularly scenery replicating nature. We've tried to explain the scales and sizes of products here. Please bear in mind, different miniature companies use different scales and it can get quite complex so use this as a rough guide and it is specific to our own products.


2mm tuft scale

6mm tuft scale

BIG Tufts 7-9mm scale

BIG Tufts 10-12mm scale

 Tall Wild Tufts scale



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Stone Houses - Masons District.

Small Stone built homes in the Masons district of our fantasy city Greenstone.

  • The roof of each house can be removed so you can put models inside or decorate the interior.
  • Doors open and close on a simple 'hinge'. *does not apply to N Gauge, it's too small.
  • Windows can be removed and there is a small slot in the back of the window which you can slot in a clear or coloured thin sheet of plastic like acetate (not included) to be like real windows. Works really well if you put a light inside. *does not apply to N Gauge, it's too small.

Supplied unpainted and made from resin for more detail.


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