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Mfg Part#: gaw1011
Sku: 212513906
UPC: 846087004988
UPC 14: 00846087004988
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Whether on your own or with a group of friends, whether at home or your favorite pub, enjoy the challenge and luck of the roll with this classic Shut the Box game. Also known as Canoga, a player rolls the dice and then flips (or "shuts") any combination of the numbered tiles that equals the total of the roll. The object of the game is for a player to shut all the tiles with consecutive rolls of the dice, at which point he has "shut the box" and hit the "jackpot." This Shut the Box game is entirely handcrafted from the finest materials by talented northern Thai artisans and comes complete with nine securely hinged tiles attached to the sturdy felt-lined box, two dice and instructions for play. A popular pub game in England, one which apparently originated at least 200 years ago in northern France, this beautifully handmade game will entertain for hours. Measures 9.5 inches wide x 5.5 inches long x 1.5 inches high. AsiaEXP brings you authentic, handmade goods from a variety of world cultures. With this purchase, you are not only receiving a beautiful handicraft, you are also supporting a great cause. By shopping with us, you help to sustain the talented individuals making these fine products. The handcrafted nature of this product will cause minor differences in design, color and sizing. Subtle variations will occur from piece to piece, adding to the unique quality of individual creations. Measurements may vary slightly.
Video Features Nine hinged tiles attached to felt-lined box, two dice and instructions
Video Features Shut the Box game, also known as Canoga
Video Features Shut the Box, now a popular pub game in England, originated about 200 years ago in northern France
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