Rement’s Pose Skeleton
Rement, a Japanese toy company, that makes exquisitely detailed plastic miniatures, has had a line of ball jointed reptile, amphibian and dinosaur skeletons for quite some time. However, they’ve now come out with human skeletons and silly accessories for those skeletons. They’re called Pose Skeletons and they’re oh so exquisite.
At 1:18 scale, they hover around 4 inches (10 cm tall), with the dog at about 4 cm long.
At the moment, on Rement’s website, there’s a dog, child, 2 adults of varying heights, and 19 accessory sets, ranging from construction accessories to a toilet to a cast and crutch.
While Rement isn’t the easiest to come by in th USA, ebay and Amazon both have some Pose Skeleton accessory sets, and skeletons listed for $6 – 12 each.
In my research 1:18 scale clothing isn’t the easiest to find, nor can I believe it’s easy to make. However, remember Fashion Polly’s from the early 2000’s, more recently called Polly Pockets? While I don’t trust trying to squeeze a ball jointed doll skeleton in the little rubbery clothes, the fabric clothing for Polly Pockets fits these skeletons perfectly. If you have access, the small Bratz dolls, called lil bratz also have clothing that will fit Pose Skeleton perfectly.
Lundby is a 1:18 scale dollhouse brand out of Sweden. Their furniture is adorable. And if you get a doll or 2 from them, your pose skeleton can wear those clothes as well.
Lundby vintage furniture is available on etsy if you’d like a more 70s look.
Vintage TOMY dollhouse furniture is also a great option. Although, it can be pricey depending on where you find it. I have a few TOMY accessories and they are a tiny bit big for Pose Skeleton, but they’re fairy close.
It’s also worth checking out the list below for Pose Skeleton accessories.
- Playmobile – the beds may be a bit short, but everything else should fit Skelly just fine
- WoodNack – handmade 1:18 scale wooden furniture/houses
- Melissa and Doug Wooden Dollhouse set – Melissa and Doug makes 2 dollhouse varieties, 1 is 1:12 scale and is more detailed/traditional looking – I have some pieces and they are great, however they’re a tad bit big for Skelly. Try the wooden dollhouse sets. The people made for this version are about 4 inches tall, which is just right for Pose Skeleton.
- Dollshouse Emporium – Also check out the wooden children’s dollhouses/accessories here. These, along with the Melissa and Doug wooden accessories may be a bit short/ chunky, but are roughly the right size.
You would think Rement’s a good place to start.But while Pose Skeleton is 1:18 scale, most Rement accessories are 1:6 (barbie) scale, which is way bigger that Skelly.
If you’re determined anyway, or if you don’t mind Skelly having some large accessories. Find the item name/number on Rement’s website, then search ebay and Amazon for the item. No luck? Do a google shopping search. Just be careful. Know the website you’re buying from. If the price is crazy low, it’s probably too good to be true.
A good resource for online Rement shops: http://dieneryn.blogspot.com/2013/12/where-to-buy-re-ment-online.html
Other options for tiny accessories are fashion polly/polly pocket, lil bratz, Playmobile (pretty much any brand listed above). Have a more active Skelly? Browse ebay for Tech Deck skareboards, bikes and tools.
My Favorite Pose Skeleton Photos from Others
Do you have a Pose Skeleton? What accessories have you found/ do you use with it? Any other suggestions for 1:18 scale accessories? Have any suggestions for future My Mini Monday’s? Leave a comment below. :)
I’m loving your little skeleton scenes! :) :) That little cheerleader outfit is so cute, too!
Thank you so much. I have a couple more I hope to share soon.
I love the insight into your process. Looking forward to more :-)
I wondered where Skelly came from!! He’s half adorable, half creepy – I love him!!! Keep up the info!!
It’s cool to read about the whole miniature world. I had no idea any of this existed. I was wondering if you made the miniatures. Now I know. Thank you!
Glad you enjoyed it :) It’s probably about 70/30 or so with my sets. 70% sourced, 30% made. It really all depends on the vision I have in my mind. I did a series not too long ago with sets made completely out of paper, but then you can compare that too any set that I have set outside where I’ve ordered the trees, grass, etc. and posed everything together, maybe only adding in some painted wood elements here and there.
Thanks for explaining. I was curious. Some of the images I could tell were all your invention but some had me scratching my head in wonder at your vision. Your images are intriguing and they inspire me :)
Thank you so so very much. If you ever have specific questions, I’m more than happy to answer.
You’re welcome. I will let you know. Right now you’ve answered all my questions.