Pirates, right? Always taking things that don’t belong to them. And doing things they shouldn’t.

Well this crew have commandeered boats and kegs.

What possible use could they have for kegs?

You know what this means?


Since prohibition was enshrined in Dillyshire’s founding charter we never stopped to consider the second order effects of what restricting alcohol in the shire might lead to - after all, this is a place for kids - and in our defence, neither the Corlun nor the Diferion had been ‘discovered’ when Dillyshire was founded.

Panic ensued.

Egad, can you imagine the Corlun moonshining? The mind boggles.

So we enlisted our Sea Villians (them being crime busters of the sea) to investigate.

Turns out the pirates have operated a tasty lil’ import/export business without detection. With Corlun heading up production…

And Dressy Pirate as kingpin.

We hear the Diferion are mounting a response in the form of a merger with their own import/export business (the nature of which they’ve yet to disclose despite a firm line of questioning).

Things be unright in this part of Dillyshire.

Hoist the black flag indeed.

P.S. Pop-up pirate's keg and the pirate boat fit all Dillys and most other peg doll brands. Just in case you needed persuading...

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  • Sizes: Pirates are 7cm. Boats are 13cm. Kegs are 7cm
  • Made from responsibly-sourced beech
  • Suitable from: Pirates from birth. Boat/keg from 10 months
  • Each Dilly is hand-painted and may exhibit its own unique characteristics that vary slightly from the photograph