This hexagonal version of the Long Lawrence became popular in the nineteenth century. One dice is supplied.
Our reproduction is made of oak, and comes in a handy cotton pouch, with the rules to Put and Take.
The Long Laurence (or Lawrence) is a form of long dice originally described by Francis Willughby in his Book of Games in the mid seventeenth century, but also mentioned in earlier seventeenth century literature. It was used for playing the game of Put and Take, a well known and ancient children's game also described by Willughby.