Another type of wells that I found it necessary to separate into a separate category is desert wells. Structurally, they are stone, a distinctive feature is precisely the geography, which is referred to as North African, Mediterranean, etc. Especially the direct name in English blows away: “desert”, that is. deserted. In Russian, it comes from French from “dessert” derived from “desservir” (to clear the table). In Russian, “Dessert” is “a dish that is served before being removed from the table.” So dessert wells are just at the end of the review! As befits a sweet: there are not many of them.
I’ll start with the classic and most frequently repeated pattern.
Something like this was captured in resin:
British Fields of Glory
FOG5159 Desert Well
Italian Model Victoria
4047 North African Well
Dutch Reality in Scale
35208 Large North African Well
And the American Verlinden Productions combined a small diorama set
2456 Desert Oasis
Simpler, but structurally similar, products from the Dutch DioDump
DD059 North African / Mediterranean well
and her compatriot Reality in Scale
35159 North African/Middle Eastern Well
The Briton Fields of Glory is quite simple.
FOG5148 Desert Well vignette base
And if someone did not understand the first time, then he will repeat:
FOG5171 Bedouin Well
But the easiest option from the French Heller
81255 Socle Diorama Desert
He’s the only one made of plastic.
Strictly speaking, this is exactly what the wells actually ended up with. The next issue of our program is fountains!