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WOODEN DOMINOS

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Thinking about a unique gift for your friends? Consider this beautiful and exclusive Dominoes Set with Wooden Box travel game accessory. A classic family game meets exquisite Indian craftsmanship in this elegant domino set. The 28 brass inlaid pieces come in a sheesham wood box with a lid. The objective...
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Thinking about a unique gift for your friends? Consider this beautiful and exclusive Dominoes Set with Wooden Box travel game accessory.

A classic family game meets exquisite Indian craftsmanship in this elegant domino set. The 28 brass inlaid pieces come in a sheesham wood box with a lid.

The objective of the domino game is to empty one's hand while blocking the opponent's. In the end, a score may be determined by counting the dots in the losing players' hands.

The solution to the puzzle is included, but we recommend you use it only as a last resort!

This product is made by the artisans of Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh. Popularly known as the ‘sheesham wood village’ Saharanpur is home to some of India's finest wood carvers.   Dating back to about 400 years in Mughal period, some craftsmen came from Kashmir and settled down in Saharanpur and took this work to earn their bread and butter. Gradually this art got extended amongst common man in Saharanpur. 

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