Enjoy long nights at home with family and friends playing one of these imaginative table games 

Never bored.


Tesla vs. Edison

Build an Empire. Tesla vs. Edison is a light- to medium-weight strategy game for two to five players. You are an investor who teams up and creates a company with one of the exciting, visionary inventors leading the nascent electric light and power industry of 1880s and 1890s America.

barnesandnoble.com

 


Jonathan Adler Acrylic Chess Set

Never get beat up for playing chess again. Conjure the glamour of Halston in the ‘70s with this oversized, chunky, acrylic chess set. It’s perfect for permanent display on a cocktail table. And always remember: Every pawn is a potential queen!

jonathanadler.com

 


Monopoly Luxury Edition

Specially designed for those who like to play in style, the Monopoly Luxury Edition makes a perfect holiday gift. It’s crafted of wood in Livingston Gray finish with a textured faux leather inset. Inside the drawer you’ll find wooden houses and hotels, dyed bone dice and the classic tokens, plus an exclusive Pottery Barn bulldog.

potterybarn.com

 


Marble Tic-Tac-Toe Set

Tic-tac-toe isn’t just for kids. A rich marble board with delicate brass X’s and O’s makes this game a clever, eye-catching addition to game night. Includes five X’s and five O’s and comes in a gift box.

zgallerie.com

 

 

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