Reproductions of 19th-century American game boards are inlaid into wooden trays with handles, to be used mounted or in a tabletop arrangement.
The designs are two renditions each of Parchesse and Checkers, but we think this would be a great way to drag board games with sentimental value out of dusty storage and into the open.
Better yet, we'd like to see some of those funky 70s games with brighter colors and far-out designs to complement a more mod interior.
The boards can be purchased here separately for $59, or in a set of one each of four, for $219. At 24"square each, the set would make a commanding display across a big wall.
We're curious if you've already done something like this. Pictures?