This Warhammer Space Wolves bowl is perfect for cereal, snacks and soup or any other meal on Fenris. Featuring the Space Wolves chapter badge on the front and the Aquila symbol on the back, on a background of their faction colour, it is a great addition to the table for any member of the pack.
This Warhammer 40K card holder is perfect for carrying bank cards and event entry tickets around with you when pocket space is running low.
Official merchandise, featuring the Aquila symbol in silver metallic embroidered detail on the front and the phrase "The Emperor Protects" in silver metallic foiled detail on the back, it has enough room for four cards and a slip pocket in the top for folded bank notes and receipts.
Arrives beautifully presented in its own gift box.
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This Warhammer heat changing mug is sure to get your morning off to a strong start. Cold, the mug shows the Aquila symbol, Iron Halo and Skull. When hot liquid is poured in, the mug transforms to reveal the Space Marine Pledge in black and red on a weathered looking background. Once the drink is finished the mug returns to its original state as it cools. An essential for any Warhammer display.
By the blood of Sanguinius!
This Warhammer Blood Angels bowl is perfect for cereal, snacks and soup. Featuring the Blood Angels chapter badge on the front and the Aquila symbol on the back, on a background of their faction colour, it is a great addition to the table for any son of Sanguinius.
This Warhammer 40K Imperium embossed tool box is perfect for storing everything necessary to build a Warhammer army, from miniatures to paints and brushes - it's also great as a safe place for keepsakes, DIY fixings and fasteners and other bits and bobs.
The tin features the Aquila symbol in embossed detail on the lid and phrases such as "Danger: Gets Hot!" and "Ammunition: Plasma Gun" on the sides, all in gold reflex detail.
The tin has a matte grey finish and features gold metal flecks peeking through. A great piece for any Warhammer 40,000 hobbyist.