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Get your hands on the Sutton Games Collection by Ralph Lauren Home – with five charming indoor games, and let the fun begin.

Lifestyle Insider The Sutton 5-in-1 Game Box from Ralph Lauren Home

With so much time spent indoors in the company of loved ones, there’s no better time than now to partake of the pleasures of board games. The Sutton Games Collection presented by Ralph Lauren Home, and brought to India by high-end architecture and luxury interior design company Seetu Kohli Home, is actually a 5-in-1 Game Box.

This incredible box crafted from rich walnut wood, black leather, and carbon fiber leather measuring 14.5" x 16" x 5" contains five games with game pieces and storage – chess, checkers, tic tac toe, backgammon, and poker card decks. With its compact and sophisticated design, it makes for a great gift option as well, or to carry along while on picnic with family and friends. You can now go back to the days of unhurried, leisure time spent with family.

Lifestyle Insider The backgammon board of the Sutton 5-in-1 Game Box by Ralph Lauren Home

Ingeniously designed, the removable lid of the Sutton 5-in1 Game Box reverses to become a backgammon board, while magnetized sliding lids combine to create a chess and checkers board. The removable tic tac toe set has crystal and silver-leafed skull-and-bones motif pieces. And if you want to make like James Bond and his nemesis in Casino Royale, there’s also contains storage inside for two decks of carbon fiber RL poker cards, with nickel plated and powder coated backgammon pieces and checkers pieces; two carbon fiber leather dice cups, and five dice. Two storage drawers on the sides hold the chess pieces.

This is one of those game boxes that will neither go out of style, nor need a recharge, and perfect with lots of variety for the wet monsoon days ahead.

Lifestyle Insider Play tic tac toe with the skull and bones silver embossed squares Lifestyle Insider Poker cards and chips - part of the Sutton 5-in-1 Game Box


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