This istanbul game board is made out of Baltic Birch. It is a 24 7/8" wide by 17 7/8" tall rectangle. It is 1/4" thick. The bottom layer is 1/8" thick. The top layer is 1/8" thick and designed to hold the tiles in place to keep things from sliding around during game play.
The triangles in the corners allow you to pop the tile up from the top when it comes time to put the game away.
It splits into 4 pieces for easy storage when not in use.
It comes sanded and assembled and ready for you to apply the paint or stain and finish of your choice.
This item does not come with a copy of Istanbul.
We recommend taking the time to paint it, stain it or at a minimum seal it for maximum long term durability.
If you order more than one, we can combine shipping and refund the extra shipping.
If you are in the Salt Lake, Utah area and would like to pick up your item in person, send me a note and I will refund the shipping cost back to you.
All sales are final.
Items are shipped via USPS. I use flat rate boxes as often as possible. If you would like a package sent signature required, please let me know so that I can determine what the extra cost will be. I will then contact you with a way to take care of the extra cost. Sometimes the stamp is less than I expect, in that case, I will refund the portion above shipping, packaging and handling back to you. In the case of international orders, you may be required to pay additional fees and taxes (VAT) by the postal service when you pick up your package. We are not responsible for those and have no way of knowing what they will be, if they are charged.
Request a cancellation within: 24 hours of purchase
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
In the case of loss or damaged items, those items will be replaced if lost of damaged by the post office. If you prefer to exchange for an item of equal or lesser value please contact me. No refunds will be given for the look of any wood item as I can't control the grain or any blemishes that might come on the sheets of material I use.