Travel Dominoes in Handcrafted Baltic Birch Box

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  • Called the “Friend Makers” by Sunset Magazine, the Travel Dominoes are Walnut Studiolo’s design-inspired take on the classic game.

    Our travel dominoes are a lightweight yet beautiful option that stashes easily in your bicycle bag, briefcase, or glove box.

    The dominoes are laser cut from Baltic birch ply into a handheld size with artistic pips (dominoes dots).

    These beautiful wood dominoes come in a handmade Walnut Studiolo birch and leather travel box. The Baltic birch box complements the vegetable-tanned leather lid, and a snap closure keeps the dominoes secure.

    Our Travel Dominoes are also available in a simple, economical Muslin Bag instead on this listing.

    Handmade in the USA, the Travel Dominoes make it easy to engage family and friends in a time-tested game and pass down time in style.

      

  • HOW TO PLAY DOMINOES:Rules of play are in this handy-dandy printable PDF or read about it in our blog post

    COLORS
    : Only one color combination available at this time: birch plywood with dark brown leather. Please email us for custom color requests. 

    MATERIALS: Birch plywood, hand-dyed vegetable-tanned leather, nickel-plated steel hardware

    DIMENSIONS/WEIGHTS: 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 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: To see more images of customers with Walnut Studiolo gear, follow us on Instagram with hashtag #walnutstudiolo. In-use photography credit to  Erin Berzel Photography  and white background photography credit to  Austin Goodman and Aaron Lee Photography .

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