Ralph Lauren Home, Launch, Sutton five-in-one Games Collection

Ralph Lauren Home launches Sutton five-in-one Games Collection

The range is brought to India by Seetu Kohli Home

It is the best time to get your hands on the Sutton Games Collection presented by Ralph Lauren Home. Brought to India by Seetu Kohli Home, the high-end architecture and luxury interior design company renowned for representing some of the top-notch global luxury brands in India, these fun games make the extended time you are spending at home right now all the more exciting and worthwhile.

The Sutton Games Collection is an attractive five-in-one game box. The magical box measuring 14.5" x 16" x 5" contains five games with game pieces and storage – chess, checkers, tic tac toe, backgammon and poker cards. With such a compact and sophisticated design, it makes for a great gift option as well. Or to carry along while on picnic with family and friends. Leisure time was never so charming.

Thoughtfully designed, its removable lid reverses to a backgammon board, while magnetised sliding lids combine to create a chess and checkers board. The removable tic tac toe set has crystal and silver leafed pieces. It also contains storage inside for two decks of carbon fibre RL poker cards, with nickel plate and powder coated; backgammon pieces; checkers pieces; two carbon fibre leather dice cups and five dice. There are two storage drawers on the sides for chess pieces, carbon fibre embossed and black leather, walnut, nickel plated accents, nickel plated chess pieces, stainless steel checkers and backgammon pieces, silver leaf.

With their sophisticated finish and refined look, the components of the game call out to you to get busy with playing. This would be some family time well spent.



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