Our tables games, as well as some of our other larger games, are made to order. Please get in touch via our contact page for a quote, including time scales and shipping costs, or to discuss your own requirements. The set shown here is based on an archaeological find from medieval Freiburg in southwest Germany. An approximate price for this set would be in the region of £300.
Typically, tables boards of the late fourteenth and fifteenth century were constructed as two square leaves, joined by either leather thong or metal hinges. These replaced the earlier single piece rectangular boards but are of similar proportions.
Our boards are of quarter-sawn oak, with raised and mitred borders. The points are inlaid, and of alternating box and yew wood. Playing pieces are of natural (white) and stained (black) beech wood; and these are supplied, with three bone dice, in a drawstring pouch.