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Wooden Board Games
Our Celtic art game boards are silk screen printed, and then hand colored before being sealed with satin finish polyurethane.

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    This game seems to be about 200 years old and was first popular along the French coast with Fishermen and sailors. We don't make these ourselves, but in response to frequent requests. Roll the dice and lay down any numerical combination of tiles that match your roll. Just keep on rolling until you can no longer match your roll on the remaining tiles. The lowest score wins the game. If you lay down all the tiles, then you’ve "shut the box". 

    It can be played with any number of players, taking turns, even as a solitaire game. Sure to bring hours of enjoyment and old world charm to your home. Includes eight dice.. It consists of a lidded wooden box measuring about 11.75” x 9.25” x 2.75”.

    Bonus: we include 6 dice so the box can be used as a tray for other dice games, plus our own booklet of early dice games.

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    There is an unconfirmed legend that Captain Cook played this ancestor to the modern game of Connect Four™ to relax below deck with his fellow officers during his voyages. The story claims that he spent so much time playing the game, that it came to be known as "The Captain's Mistress." The object of the game is simple, players try to be the first to line up four of their wooden balls in a row, horizontally, vertically or diagonally. At game's end, pull the "gangplank" and the hardwood balls drop back into the box. 7 5/8" x 5 1/4" x 2 1/8"
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    WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD-
    Set contains small objects.

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    A hand-colored board with a circular "Byzantine" Chess game on one side, and on the other side is a combination a standard Chess board and Tablut game played on the lines of the board.

    Tablut belongs to the family of Scandinavian "Tafl" games. These were popular games in Northern Europe prior to the introduction of Chess. The defenders win if the king escapes to the edge of the board, and the attackers win by surrounding the king before he escapes. Includes a small version of The Isle of Lewis Chess pieces with additional white pawns included for playing Tablut.

    In addition to the Chess pieces we include two variations in rules for circular Chess, rules for Tablut, a set of wooden Checkers, and our booklet of Checkers rule variation. The board is 14 inches square. Colors of the game boards may vary slightly from those pictured

    $150 + shipping

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    This is considered a competition "sprint style" board with 60 holes straight up and 60 holes back and a simple Celtic knot engraved down the center. In an effort to standardize the cribbage board, the American Cribbage Congress (ACC) recommends a standard board that is 60 holes long to decrease pegging errors and to help improve tournaments. It measures 16" x 3.75"

    It includes metal pegs stored in a hole in the back, and of course comes with our booklet of 15 variations on Cribbage games.

    $40.00 + Shipping


    Not quite what you want? See all our Cribbage Boards.

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    A small (7" x 3.5") 2-track Cribbage board with a Celtic knotwork design engraved down the center. Includes metal pegs in a storage compartment in the bottom and our booklet of 15 variations on Cribbage games. -Everything from solitaire Cribbage to 6-Player Cribbage.

    $30.00 + shipping

    Not quite what you want? See all our Cribbage Boards.

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  • 4-Player Shut the Box Game
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    This game seems to be about 200 years old and was first popular along the French coast with Fishermen and sailors. We don't make these ourselves, but in response to frequent requests. Roll the dice and lay down any numerical combination of tiles that match your roll. Just keep on rolling until you can no longer match your roll on the remaining tiles. The lowest score wins the game. If you lay down all the tiles, then you’ve "shut the box". 

    It can be played with any number of players, taking turns, but the 4-sided board makes it ideal for 2-4 players. It can even be a solitaire game. Includes eight dice.

    • 4-Player Shut-the-Box game with tiles numbered 1 to 10
    • Measures 8.5 x 8.5 x 1.25 inches
    • Felt lined playing surface for quieter rolls of the dice
    • Eight dice included (4 different colors)

     

     

    • $30.00
    Expected on Nov 28, 2018
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