Indian Game Sets(28 items)
Welcome to the Indian Game Set Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Indian Game Sets
My Brother Loves Using This Dice Set
My brother asked me to purchase this for him a while ago because he uses dice frequently when he plays games. He really enjoys pulling out this set and making very good use of all the beautiful, handcrafted dice. He has also commented several times on how much he likes the larger, outer box that holds everything together nicely.
Another Wonderfully Crafted Novica Gift
I cant wait for my husband to open this lovely gift. As always, it came already wrapped with an intricately woven cloth ribbon, ready to place under our tree this year.
Popular Indian Game Sets
Black Mango Wood with Brass Dots Decorative Box and Dice Set, "Elegant Dice"$23.99
Arti Sharma of India presents a handsome dice set in a matching decorative box. Crafted from mango wood, the hinged box is shaped like a large die, painted black with inlaid brass dots marking the numbers on each side. Inside is a set of five dice in matching black mango wood with brass inlay dots.
Soapstone Self-Storing Chess Set from India, "Royal Charm"$89.99
Rakesh Pathak presents this stunning chess set, hand crafted by artisans in India. The hinged wooden box features a soapstone playing board inset, with a storage compartment lined with satin and velvet for stashing the playing pieces between games. Each playing piece is meticulously carved by hand from soapstone.
Handcrafted Acacia Wood Maze Game from India, "Smooth Operator"$14.99
Hand-carved of acacia wood for a smooth ride, this maze game from India is presented by Arti Sharma, who works with local artisans to improve their exposure. Featuring a round shape, the maze is detailed with circular designs that lead toward the center. Three steel marbles roll within the grooves.
Hand Carved Wood Mini Travel Chess Set, "Traveling with Royalty"$39.99
India's Rakesh Pathak presents this diminutive chess set, ready to be packed for your next adventure. The handcrafted game board houses a storage drawer for the playing pieces, lined with velvet. From the rooks to the bishops to the queens and kings, each piece is carved by hand from either acacia or haldu wood, and features a magnet on the bottom to secure it to the board.