Custom on demand handmade cribbage board, made of Walnut, Maple or Cherry hardwood, continuous 3 track, (4 track can be requested, contact me), metal playing pegs, pocket for pegs on back. Skunk line grooves. 3 track gets stainless, brass and copper pegs. They are over an inch long and fit nicely in holes and store in pocket on back. Option to add a tally row and additional pegs for score keeping.
Engraving available for extra charge, could be family name, message or business name or logo, (starting at 10$). Board dimensions 11.5-12.5"x4", approximately 1" thick. Shipped as early as 1 day from order.
The color and variations of each wood species can vary from light to darker, my pics are a good example of what I typically can get but slight variations can occur. I use 'rustic' hardwoods which can have knots and other defects like insect holes. I will fill knots and holes and make certain they are not going to affect durability or game play.
Great gift for weddings, birthdays, Mothers Day, Fathers Day or other Holidays! Awesome gift for wedding parties and I will discount orders over 5 boards.
Made in Bozeman, Montana. Can also custom make you another board out of any wood you may desire even something you send me, just contact me.
International orders let me know before paying and I can get a quote in shipping out of the United States. Different countries have different costs and arrival times due to customs. Shipping in US is 10$. Canada typically around 15$, UK typically around 22.50$. International orders please include phone number for customs form.
Made in Bozeman, MT, MT
All of our products are handmade
by expert makers.
Nick (of 1 Car Garage) gets an A-plus in my book. I ordered a couple boards as gifts for family, with some specialized engraving requirements. The boards arrived quickly and per spec, and the relatives applauded the beauty and craftsmanship of the products. (I ended up ordering a board for myself, even though I've never played cribbage myself, but only seen these family guys having a real hoot at it.)
This cribbage board will be delivered by Santa on the 25th of December. It appears to be well made. I did open the package and saw a fairly light white substance in an area of the grain that I don't believe is part of the natural walnut wood grain. The recipient will, hopefully, be able to rub it out when he sees it. I like the pegs a lot.
I do regret not picking a board where cards could be stored also. That is my oversight, not Tim's.