A Pentonville prison cell as it would have been in the 1840s.
When it was built, each cell had its own toilet and sink, and were heated (slightly) by warm air which circulated through vents in the walls. Prisoners slept on wooden pallets which could be propped against the wall to make space to work.
The set includes a gas lamp to work by, a bible to read in the evenings, a sturdy stool, a gruel bowl and cup.
There is also a copy of the original prison regulations, which were hung in every cell.
The detailed door has an opening food hatch, rotating brass handle and working spyhole.
There is also a solidly built raised bath with a morph for water height, and a bar of carbolic soap
BONUS: Set includes Carrara Shaders