AS-IS SALE: Our annual AS-IS / Dents and Dings Sale offers steep discounts 50%-90% OFF our uniquely designed, completely functional, high quality leather goods - such as retired display models, imperfect workshop productions, or otherwise. Each product is notated as AS-IS in the title, and each variant is listed with brief notes on the condition, and an actual picture of the product so you can inspect its condition before buying. ALL AS-IS sales are FINAL and the sale lasts until the inventory has sold out.
Made from high quality, natural materials, our lightweight Double Six domino set can be stored in a simple, lightweight muslin bag or a handcrafted Baltic birchwood and leather box.
Called the “Friend Makers” by Sunset Magazine, our Travel Dominoes are artistic, functional, and American-made.
Inspired by the pocket games soldiers carried in WWII, our line of uniquely designed travel games are small enough to be portable and lightweight but large enough to be legible and substantial in the hand. All of our travel games are created and handcrafted by Geoffrey Franklin in our Oregon workshop.
HOW TO PLAY DOMINOES:Rules of play are in this handy-dandy printable PDF or read about it in our blog post.
- Our muslin double-drawstring bag comes decorated with an illustration by Portland artist Carla Bartow
- The handcrafted Baltic birch travel box comes with a dark brown leather lid and a nickel snap closure to the dominoes secure.
MATERIALS: Birchwood, vegetable-tanned leather, nickel-plated steel hardware
- Each domino measures 1 9/16" high by 3/4" wide (40mm x 19mm) and 1/8" thick (3mm) and weighs less than .005 ounces (1.5 grams) apiece.
- The muslin bag measures 4" (102mm) x 6" (152mm) and with the domino set weighs 1.8 oz (50g).
- The travel box measures 4" (102 mm) x 1 7/8" (47mm) x 1" (25mm) and with the domino set weighs 2.8 oz (75g).
MONOGRAMMING: Yes! The leather lid to the domino box can be monogrammed with up to 3 characters using our 1/4" font set. Monogramming can add 2-3 days to the turnaround time. Monogram placement is shown in the last photo. Learn more about monogramming.
PHOTOGRAPHY: Credit to Erin Berzel Photography, Austin Goodman, and Aaron Lee Photography.