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Bamford Watch DepartmentAcrylic and Aluminium Noughts and Crosses Set

$400

Editors' Notes

Noughts and crosses as we know it today was first inaugurated in print in an 1858 edition of the scholarly journal Notes and Queries, but its origins date all the way back to Ancient Greece. It's believed the Greeks played a variation of tic-tac-toe on roofing tiles, but we suggest Bamford Watch Department's convenient set instead. Housed in a holder that doubles up as a playing board, it's made from black acrylic and silver-tone aluminium, so it'll make a sleek addition to your home décor, too.

Size & Fit

  • - This item's measurements are:
  • Height: 8.5cm
  • Length: 15cm
  • Width: 15cm

Details & Care

  • Black acrylic and silver-tone aluminium
  • Comes in a presentation box
  • Made in the UK

Delivery & Free Returns

Ground shipping anywhere in the US is free


Please try items in the comfort of your own home. If you don't like them, or they don't fit, we'll happily collect them from your home or office for free.

Colour: Black

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Editors' Notes

Noughts and crosses as we know it today was first inaugurated in print in an 1858 edition of the scholarly journal Notes and Queries, but its origins date all the way back to Ancient Greece. It's believed the Greeks played a variation of tic-tac-toe on roofing tiles, but we suggest Bamford Watch Department's convenient set instead. Housed in a holder that doubles up as a playing board, it's made from black acrylic and silver-tone aluminium, so it'll make a sleek addition to your home décor, too.

Size & Fit

  • - This item's measurements are:
  • Height: 8.5cm
  • Length: 15cm
  • Width: 15cm

Details & Care

  • Black acrylic and silver-tone aluminium
  • Comes in a presentation box
  • Made in the UK

Delivery & Free Returns

Ground shipping anywhere in the US is free


Please try items in the comfort of your own home. If you don't like them, or they don't fit, we'll happily collect them from your home or office for free.

Product Code:

1129350

Editors' Notes

Noughts and crosses as we know it today was first inaugurated in print in an 1858 edition of the scholarly journal Notes and Queries, but its origins date all the way back to Ancient Greece. It's believed the Greeks played a variation of tic-tac-toe on roofing tiles, but we suggest Bamford Watch Department's convenient set instead. Housed in a holder that doubles up as a playing board, it's made from black acrylic and silver-tone aluminium, so it'll make a sleek addition to your home décor, too.

Size & Fit

  • - This item's measurements are:
  • Height: 8.5cm
  • Length: 15cm
  • Width: 15cm

Details & Care

  • Black acrylic and silver-tone aluminium
  • Comes in a presentation box
  • Made in the UK

Delivery & Free Returns

Ground shipping anywhere in the US is free


Please try items in the comfort of your own home. If you don't like them, or they don't fit, we'll happily collect them from your home or office for free.