'"The Stealer of Souls, . . . Defeater of Empires, Swallower of Oceans, Thief of Years, The Ultimate Reality, Harvester of Mankind, the—"
ALL RIGHT, ALL RIGHT. I CAN SEE MYSELF IN.”'
- Terry Pratchett, Mort
Add a touch of Death to your bookshelf with our official Discworld figurine featuring Terry Pratchett's enigmatic Grim Reaper, produced in our signature bronze finish!
'“I meant," said Ipslore bitterly, "what is there in this world that truly makes living worthwhile?"
Death thought about it.
CATS, he said eventually. CATS ARE NICE.” '
― Terry Pratchett, Sourcery
An 'enduring' favourite amongst the denizens of Terry Pratchett's Discworld, Discworld's Death is a real charmer with a curiosity for humankind and a fondness for creatures of a feline persuasion!
Sculpted by Rich Kingston, artist behind our A'Tuin, Librarian, Death of Rats and Luggage figurines, Terry Pratchett's usher of souls is produced in our antique bronze finish, hand cast and finished by our team of local craftsmen.
The most endearing horseman of the apocalypse stands approx. 220mm high x 70mm wide and features our makers’ mark inset on the base.
++ Presented in a Discworld Emporium gift box ++
Sir Terry Pratchett's iconic 'Death' ring; a very special piece of Discworld jewellery originally created for the author himself, and featured in many a photograph of the man in the hat. This official 'fans' version of his iconic Death ring features everyone's favourite anthropomorphic personification in sterling silver!
This stunningly detailed figurine of the Grim Reaper in his festive attire is the most charming ornament you'll add to your decorations this hogswatch! Created from the illustrations of Paul Kidby and produced in a hand-painted metal-effect finish!
Official Discworld Figurine
We’ve been making little bits of Discworld for over 30 years, from the first Discworld figurines as Clarecraft in 1991, to a cornucopia of collectibles at the Discworld Emporium - all from the marvellous mind of Sir Terry Pratchett! What better way to celebrate this milestone in our Discworld journey than with a stunning rendition of the Discworld...
Illustrated by Joe McLaren!
“I DON'T KNOW ABOUT YOU, he said, BUT I COULD MURDER A CURRY.”― Terry Pratchett, MortDEATH... usher of souls, horseman of the apocalypse & curry connosieur. Our official Discworld T-Shirt features Terry Pratchett's Grim Reaper with a dish of Ankh-Morpork's finest Klatchian cuisine, exclusively illustrated for the Discworld Emporium by Joe McLaren!
Five Book Set
Get acquainted with Death with a set of five hardback books from the Discworld Collector's Library, starring Terry Pratchett's not-so-Grim Reaper and featuring stunning covers illustrated by Joe McLaren.
Put a bit of colour into the bony cheeks of the friendliest grim reaper in fiction! Based on the artwork of Paul Kidby, this exquisitely detailed character bust of Death from Terry Pratchett's Discworld is brought to you by miniature figurine specialists Micro Art Studio! Produced in plain resin ready for you to bring Death to life with a paintbrush!
A finely detailed character bust of the friendliest grim reaper in fiction! This minature model of Death from Terry Pratchett's Discworld is produced by figurine specialists Micro Art Studio from the illustrations of Paul Kidby and finished with a sleek painted metal-effect.
1000 Puzzling Pieces
Cower, brief mortals, and take on the challenge of our exclusive 1000 piece Discworld Jigsaw puzzle - it'll be the DEATH of you! See the Reaper Man's inner sanctum come to 'life' before your eyes in an astonishing illustration full of hidden details alluding to Terry Pratchett's endearing Grim Reaper!
A David Wyatt Collaboration!
See DEATH'S study brought to... er... 'life' in our exclusive art print, bursting with souvenirs from Death's visitations to the mortal realm. Look out for family portraits, familiar lifetimers, and guest appearances from Binky, Quoth and the Death of Rats and a tribute to Sir Terry himself!
Any 3 pairs for £15!
Give 'life' to your feet with a pair of Death socks! This fantastically fun footwear features a pattern of lifetimers, scythes and everyone’s favourite anthropomorphic personification from Terry Pratchett's Discworld - for soles with 'soul'!*BUY ANY 3 PAIRS OF DISCWORLD SOCKS FOR £15!*
HO. HO. HO.
“OH, THERE HAS TO BE SOMETHING IN THE STOCKING THAT MAKES A NOISE, said Death. OTHERWISE, WHAT IS 4:30 A.M. FOR?” ― Terry Pratchett, HogfatherHave you been naughty, or nice? No matter what the Hogfather brings this yuletide, give your gifts a touch of Discworld magic with our exclusive plush Hogswatch stocking!
Baby you were Born to Rune!
Baby you were 'Born to Rune'!Official Discworld T-Shirt featuring the iconic image of Discworld's pale rider Death from Terry Pratchett's Soul Music! Depicted on his metal steed, complete 'with the coat he borrowed from the Dean', Death has been illustrated exclusively for the Discworld Emporium by Joe Mclaren!
Set of Six
COWER BRIEF MORTALS ...and decorate your wordly goods with our set of 6 Discworld stickers featuring Death & Friends!Illustrated by David Wyatt, each sticker features an iconic image of Terry Pratchett's pale rider and pals printed on durable vinyl for immortality with blue and silver metallic finishing to add a flash of Pratchett magic to your possessions!
CATS ARE NICE
Official T-Shirt featuring Discworld's 'ultimate' cat lover and his feline friends - the purrrrrrfect shirt for cat people and Death devotees featuring a design by Boris Sokolovsky of Theoretical Part, exclusively illustrated for the Discworld Emporium!
1000 Puzzling Pieces
"I MAY HAVE ALLOWED MYSELF SOME FLICKER OF EMOTION IN THE RECENT PAST, said Death, BUT I CAN GIVE IT UP ANY TIME I LIKE."Terry Pratchett, Soul Music.It would appear that Death, has had quite the 'life'!Join Death in his home surrounded by his constant companions and memories of his adventures on Discworld with our 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle starring Death...
A David Wyatt Collaboration!
Death really is a family business! Join Terry Pratchett's 'ultimate' anthropomorphic personification in his home, surrounded by his constant companions and memories of his adventures in the mortal realm in an incredible illustration created with in collaboration with David Wyatt.