Dal Negro

In 1756, in the river-kissed town of Treviso, Italy, an Austrian family built a tiny workshop to produce playing cards. In 1928, the Dal Negro family purchased a small factory to broaden their gaming gamut. Soon their goods included decks, boards, and poker sets, all constructed meticulously with superior materials. As technological advances swept the manufacturing industry, Dal Negro took the helm, producing progressive games that still upheld the detail-oriented, classical traditions attributed to European makers. Dal Negro now stands as a historic pillar of luxury games, as one shuffle, move, or glance will confirm. Whether beneath the ruins of the Maya in Belize or on the patio of your beach house in Bangladesh, Dal Negro is at home anywhere you play.

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Grand MahJong Deluxe (5)

Grand MahJong Deluxe by Dal Negro

Dominoes in Walnut Box (4)

Dominoes in Walnut Box by Dal Negro

Octagonal Dice Tray (3)

Octagonal Dice Tray by Dal Negro

Bridge Mat (3)

Bridge Mat by Dal Negro

Round Dice Tray (3)

Round Dice Tray by Dal Negro

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How many dominoes do I need?

Double 6 and Double 9 are the two most popular domino sets. Double 6 sets include 28 tiles and are ideal for two-player games while a Double 9 set allows for additional players.

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"The Cube is an imitation of life itself--or even an improvement on life. The problems of puzzles are very near the problems of life, our whole life is solving puzzles. If you are hungry, you have to find something to eat. But everyday problems are very mixed--they're not clear. The Cube's problem depends just on you. You can solve it independently. But to find happiness in life, you're not independent. That's the only big difference."

Erno Rubik, inventor of the Rubik's Cube