Dress to impress

17th February 2006 at 00:00
Start with a Roman soldier, a Viking warrior or a medieval knight in his underwear, and then fit him out for battle - that's the simple idea behind the Dress-Up series. Each flat magnetic figure is about 12 to 15cm tall, and other magnetic pieces show weapons, armour and clothing. The Roman can be promoted from legionary to centurion by changing his helmet and his medals, the Viking has a selection of axes and swords, and the knight has most of all to choose from. Dress-Up figures cost pound;6.50 each from Customworks.

Tel: 01506 821910 Email: sales@customworks.co.uk

www.customworks.co.uk

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