Clear Blue Epoxy and Burl Cribbage Board

$155.00

Introducing our one-of-a-kind Clear Blue Epoxy and Burl Cribbage Board, a true masterpiece that combines the beauty of rare wood burl with the captivating allure of clear blue epoxy. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this cribbage board will become a cherished family heirloom.

Introducing our one-of-a-kind Clear Blue Epoxy and Burl Cribbage Board, a true masterpiece that combines the beauty of rare wood burl with the captivating allure of clear blue epoxy. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this cribbage board will become a cherished family heirloom.

Made from the finest quality wood burl, each board showcases unique patterns and textures that make it unique. The mesmerizing swirls and knots of the burl wood, combined with the glossy sheen of the clear blue epoxy, create a stunning visual appeal that will captivate anyone who sees it.

But this cribbage board is not just about aesthetics. It also boasts functionality and durability. Engraved with all the classic cribbage board markings, it ensures a seamless gaming experience for players of all skill levels. The engraved lines and numbers are clear and easily read, allowing precise scoring during intense matches.

To enhance its durability and elegance, we have included metal pegs that perfectly complement the overall design. These pegs are not only sturdy but also add a touch of sophistication to every game played on this exceptional board.

Whether you are an avid cribbage player or simply appreciate fine craftsmanship, our Clear Blue Epoxy and Burl Cribbage Board will undoubtedly impress. It is a perfect addition to your game nights or family gatherings or a thoughtful gift for a loved one who appreciates unique and timeless pieces.

Experience the joy of playing cribbage on a board that combines style, functionality, and unmatched beauty. Don't miss out on owning this exquisite piece that will bring you and your loved ones years of enjoyment.

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Weight 96 oz
Dimensions 20 × 8 × 6 in

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After Care (2)

We would recommend an occasional polish with a soft cloth using Pledge or something similar.

 

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Protected from the elements, your board should last for many, many years.

We do see the appearance of “character” as a positive for the board. Small dings, dents, and scratches add to the sense of history of a well-used and cherished board.

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We would recommend an occasional polish with a soft cloth using Pledge or something similar.

 

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Category: Cribbage Boards

A kit containing a brass sheet and both types of feet is available.  Alternatively, you can get brass sheets and felt or cork pads from most Highstreet hardware stores.  We cut our peg covers using ordinary kitchen shears and you can easily trim them to size

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Category: Cribbage Boards

All of our boards include peg storage pockets sufficient to hold enough pegs to fully use the features of the board.  Nearly all of our boards use a pocket with a sliding brass plate for closure except for our travel folder and 4ft split boards.

We use 3/4″ inch thick planks to make our boards.  A deck of cards is also 3/4″ thick, so we can’t put card storage in a single-layer board.  Solutions include our folding boards and also boards with two layers, held together by magnets or hinges.

Below is a folding board that stores 2 decks of cards and the pegs (brass cover not shown)

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Category: Cribbage Boards

The Skunk marks are found on most standard boards, placed at the 90 score point. In tournament or gambling play, it counts for double, making for a two-point win or double stakes.

A Double Skunk mark is usually placed at the 60 score point, and counts for triple!

Getting “skunked” can be a point of embarrassment for a good player and is part of the fun of cribbage.

Some people though see “skunking” as unfriendly and unnecessary.

We sometimes leave them off but are happy to follow any special request you have.

Please check your mock-up to make sure they are as you want them – We often use painted or unpainted lines, dimples, or sometimes painted small skunks themselves.

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Category: Cribbage Boards

On mass-produced boards, numbers are often placed between each set of 5 holes to help people count.  We feel that they are unnecessary as most people can count out the holes perfectly well without them and they do clutter the design.

Our engraving method, using a router and v-bit, is not at all suited to making the tiny numbers needed between holes. Most numbered boards are screen printed instead of engraved as the wood often can’t hold such detail when engraved.  The time taken to hand-paint each number, once engraved, is quite considerable. Except in rare circumstances, we do not add these numbers.  If we do include them in a design, please expect the price to increase significantly.

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When your order is placed, you should receive two emails, one of which is your invoice with your order number.

You will also be taken to a “Thank You” page on the website which shows your order details.

If this doesn’t happen, please contact us at admin@heirloomgraphics.com

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Category: Cribbage Boards

The cover is designed to be held in place by a bend towards the middle.  If it slips out, carefully add a little to the bend.  If it is too tight, you can flatten it out a little.

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Protected from the elements, your board should last for many, many years.

We do see the appearance of “character” as a positive for the board. Small dings, dents, and scratches add to the sense of history of a well-used and cherished board.

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Traditional boards had 61 holes, but more recently, play goes to 121. The longer game is more likely to be won by the better player as a lucky streak is less likely to change the outcome.

Many boards still have 61 holes due to space restrictions or design considerations – simply play around the board twice to make the 121 total!

Below is a picture of a two-track 61-hole board.

cribbage board

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Category: Cribbage Boards

Our boards come with 2, 3 or 4 tracks.

2 track boards are ideal for regular games, between two people.  2 tracks also work well for two teams of two.  We also recommend 2 track boards for engagement and wedding gifts where the accent is on two people!

3 track boards add the option of an extra player in a three-hand game but also still works for four playing as pairs. It can more difficult to fit in the extra track on some layouts though.

4 track boards are the most flexible of all, suitable for 2, 3 or 4 players, individually or in teams. If the track has curves, it can be very hard to bend them and still maintain good spacing on the insides of the curves.

Choosing between these options is largely a matter of personal preference, but is sometimes influenced by the board shape and track layout.

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Category: Cribbage Boards

Scoring holes are a separate set of optional holes provided to keep track of the number of games won.  They are useful if you have a habit of playing “first to 5 games” or such although many players simply keep a mental count.

From a design perspective, sometimes they fit well but often make for a more confusing and clumsy design.

Below is a two-track continuous folding board with 5 scoring holes on the left-hand edge.

cribbage board

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Category: Cribbage Boards

Pegs, bags, and Good-to-Go Boards usually ship within a day or two.

Gift Certificates and electronic templates are delivered by email upon ordering

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Our boards come with metal pegs as standard.  Materials include Stainless Steel, Black Steel, Brass, Copper, and Aluminum.

We also have a range of painted and natural wooden pegs which we can swap out if requested.

You can see our pegs on the Pegs and Accessories page.

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We use brass sheets for our peg doors

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Category: Cribbage Boards

Most of our boards are drilled with a standard 1/8″ holes. Our giant boards use a larger 3/16″ hole.

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Category: Cribbage Boards

A lapped layout is a board with 61 holes – play two laps to make the now standard 121 total!

A continuous layout has 121 holes in a row – no laps needed.

Both designs are quite capable of scoring a game of cribbage, and the preferred method is an individual choice.  Some people have trouble remembering which lap they are on – a continuous board may be the answer.  Sometimes the design just can’t be made with a continuous track.

Below is a picture of a continuous two-track board with 121 holes.

cribbage board

 

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Materials We Use (2)

Our boards come with metal pegs as standard.  Materials include Stainless Steel, Black Steel, Brass, Copper, and Aluminum.

We also have a range of painted and natural wooden pegs which we can swap out if requested.

You can see our pegs on the Pegs and Accessories page.

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We use brass sheets for our peg doors

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All orders must be paid for using a credit card or Paypal.

If you will be purchasing more than $10,000 worth of products from Fine Art America and need to make special payment arrangements, please contact us using the following form:

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We are happy to work on the design for you, create free mockups, and do other such work before you commit to the purchase.

We do not, however, place your board on our production list until it is paid for in full.

If you are pressed for time, we would recommend paying for your board as soon as possible to reserve your place on the production list

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e keep our credit and debit payment system very simple.  We never see entire card numbers or security codes.  All that data is handled by an encrypted PCI-compliant processor.

We maintain current PCI compliance for our industry type and systems.

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Our website is hosted on a third-party secure server using industry-standard encryption technology, similar to that used by financial institutions.

We receive summary information about credit and debit transactions – card type, name, exp. date and the last 4 digits of the card number but never the entire card number or security code.

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When your order is placed, you should receive two emails, one of which is your invoice with your order number.

You will also be taken to a “Thank You” page on the website which shows your order details.

If this doesn’t happen, please contact us at admin@heirloomgraphics.com

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We cannot run orders with credit or debit cards by phone, mail, or email.

We maintain PCI compliance and we are not authorized to do so.  If we start doing this, we will become liable for ALL losses should your card ever become compromised!   We can’t afford to take that risk so we accept these payments through our website only.

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This happens occasionally and we can’t always tell why.

Please check you have the billing address correct as registered with your card issuer.  If that doesn’t work, please consider using the PayPal option – you don’t need an account with them, just the card.  They seem to use a different verification method and sometimes that does a better job.

When you receive a thank-you email with your 5-digit order number, then you have succeeded!

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We recommend using a credit or debit card, or Paypal.

The payment is immediate and will place your board on our production list as soon as you approve the design.

Checks and Money Orders are fine, but boards are not added to production list until they have arrived and cleared.

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We stopped all promos, codes, vouchers, discounts, and such at the end of May 2012.

We reduced our prices on all our boards instead as this seemed a much fairer and honest way to do business.

This way, when you buy a board from us, you needn’t worry you’ve missed a special deal if only you had surfed the web for another hour or two!

There is no place to enter a code on the website, and please consider all codes found on the web to be fake.

 

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