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707 Game – Backgammon

February 28, 2009

Directions & Instructions
Backgammon directions can be a little confusing to a new player. If you are a serious backgammon player, then you will find that if you are determined and have your mind set on playing the game, then you should have no problem getting the hang of this game. The backgammon directions usually come with any normal backgammon board game.

Setup
Backgammon is set up to play with two players. It is played on a board that has twenty-four triangles, which are called points for each one. The triangles are alternated with color and are grouped into four categories of six triangles in total. These categories are also known as the players home board and outer board. And the opponent’s home and outer board. The home and outer boards are separated with a line down the center of the board, which is considered the bar. This may sound a little confusing at first but it really is not.
The points are number for each of the players starting with the player’s home board. Each player will receive fifteen game pieces of his own color. The normal order of the game pieces is two on each player’s twenty-four point, five on the player’s thirteen point, three on each player’s eight point, and five on each of the player’s six point.

How to Play
The main goal of the game is for the player to move all of his or her game pieces into his own home board and the get them off before your opponent. The player to do this first is considered the winner of the game.
The fair way to determine who plays first in the game is to roll the dice and whoever gets the higher number moves their game pieces according to the numbers that come up. After the first roll, each of the players will alternate throwing the dice and taking turns.
The roll of the dice will indicate how many points the player can move there game piece. The game pieces are always moved in the forward direction to a lower-numbered point.

Rules
A point taken by a single game piece of either color is called a blot. If the opponent game piece lands on a blot, the blot is hit and placed on the bar. If a player has one or more pieces on the bar, his first resort is to enter those pieces into the opponent’s home board. A game piece or checker is entered by moving it to an open space or point that goes in accordance with one of the numbers rolled on the dice.
Once a player has got all of the fifteen pieces into his home board, he may then get or bear off. A player bears off a game piece or checker by rolling a number that corresponds to the point where the piece resides and then taking that piece off the board.
There are many different rules and regulations to this game; however, it is a fun and exciting game to play once you understand all the necessary rules. You can then teach your friends and family how to play and have a great time doing so. Have great fun with backgammon while learning the backgammon directions.

Instructions
Backgammon has been a popular game for many years. It is a game similar to checkers, however your strategy is the complete opposite. Backgammon instructions are easy to follow and anyone can play. When you purchase a backgammon game, there are usually always backgammon instructions that come along to walk you through. If the instructions are misplaced just search the Internet.
The main goal of the game backgammon is for each of the players to get all of his or her game pieces onto the home board and then to find a way to get all the pieces off the board. The first player to achieve this is the winner of the game.
To start the game, figure out who will go first. You can roll the dice for this and whoever gets the bigger number goes first. This is just the easiest way to determine who goes first, without any conflict.
Each player will get a turn to move his or her pieces. The players will first roll the dice before every move. You will move with whatever consists with the roll of the dice. If you roll a 4 and 3, then you will move seven slots. You can break the moves up between two game pieces. In other words, move one four spaces and the other piece three. You just have to make sure you move one game piece in accordance with the number on one of the dice rolled. And the other piece in accordance with the other number rolled. It is really easy to learn.
If the same number would appear on both dice rolled, then the roller would be allowed double what the number is. For example, if you roll a 2-2, then the roller is allowed four moves instead of two. There are instructions in the game to remind of the hard plays and so you can refer back to when you need to.
You get a point by getting two or more of your game pieces on it. Once this occurs, the opponent cannot come to rest on that point when taking the combination of his dice.
There are different terms and circumstances that must be followed during the course of the game. When you are stuck on what to do, you can go back and look in the backgammon instructions to the game to figure it out. If you are playing for the first time and your opponent is a pro, then they can help you along and give you pointers throughout the game. Using the instructions seems to be the proper way to truly learn the game.

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707
RG CR 001
Backgammon Regular – Glass Board – with Gift Box
30 x 30 x 2 cm
 
707
RG CR 001
Backgammon Regular – Palimanan Board – with Gift Box
30 x 30 x 2 cm
 
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706 Games – Zen Garden

February 28, 2009

A Japanese rock garden = “karesansui”, sometimes called a Zen garden, is an enclosed shallow sandpit containing sand, gravel, rocks, and occasionally grass and/or other natural elements. The main elements of karesansui are rocks and sand, with the sea symbolized not by water but by sand raked in patterns that suggest rippling water. Plants are much less important (and sometimes nonexistent) in many karesansui gardens. To maintain such gardens means that the plants, rocks, or other focal points are on occasion moved, turned or removed altogether. The gravel is occasionally raked smooth and re-raked to create new lines if weather or human elements disturb the lines. Rock garden creation and maintenance is considered to be an art form. Karesansui gardens are often, but not always, meant to be viewed from a single, seated position.

In the western world, table top rock gardens are becoming popular for those who can not have a full rock garden outside. They are also popular for work places as it is thought that they can relieve stress.

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Material : natural stone, river stone, glass, cast stone, slate stone, sand, bamboo, wooden and other.
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706
RG GY 001
Zen Garden – Rectangle – Stone Base Gray- with Gift Box
 
706
RG CR 001
Zen Garden – Rectangle – Stone Base Cream – with Gift Box
 
 
706
RG FR 001
Zen Garden – Rectangle – Glass Base – with Gift Box
 
706
RG BK 002
Zen Garden – Rectangle – Cast Stone Base – with Gift Box

705 Game – Nine Men Morris

February 28, 2009

Introduction
This game has also been known as : Merlles, Merrills, Merreles, Merrels, Merrelus, Marels, Marelles, Marrills, Muhle, Muller, Morell, Morelles, Molenspel, Mills, Mylla, Mlynek, Mylta and Morris. It is simple board game for two players and is probably one of the oldest games still played today.
Boards have been found in and on many historic buildings throughout the world. Traces occur on objects from the first city of Troy and another from a bronze age burial site in Ireland. The earliest one that can be dated was found on the Gokstad Viking hip burial of B70 AD.
A board of this type has been found cut into the temple Kurna, Egypt in – 1440 BC although this may well have been done some time later. According to Thomas Hyde in 1908, the Chinese also played the game circa 500 BC.
A couple of centuries on, Ovid mentions the game in “Ars Amatoria”. Roman boards were usually made of wood or stone although the rich occasionally had boards made of more exotic materials. Trimalchio had one of turpentine tree and Martial speaks of an ivory board. The game was widely played in England in 1300 AD and visitors to the cathedrals of Norwich, Canterbury, Gloucester, Salisbury and Westminster Abbey can see boards cut into the cloister seats by monks.

Equipment
The board consists of three nested squares connected by a line through ach of the four sides. Pieces are placed at he corners of the squares and the intersections on the sides. Nine pieces are needed for each player, for a total of eighteen pieces.
The key concept of the game is the mill; a straight line of three pieces of the same color along line on the board.

The Game
When a player forms a mill. that player can remove any one of their opponent’s pieces that is not also part of a mill. If all of the opponent’s pieces are in mills, then any piece may be removed.
There are two ways to win Nine Mens Morris; Reduce the number of your opponent’ pieces to two, or block all of your opponent’s pieces so they cannot move.

The Play
The game begins with an empty board. Randomly select a player to go first – possibly toss a coin. Game play proceeds in three phases. If a player forms a mill during any of the phases, that player immediately removes one piece belonging to their opponent. In the opening phase, the players alternate moving one of their pieces into an adjacent, unoccupied space. Pieces must move along a line on the board, and may never jump another piece. The ending phase begins when one player has been reduced to only three pieces. At that point, the player with three pieces may jump a piece to any position on the board.
The game ends when the winner reduces his opponent to two pieces – thus can no longer form mills, or blocks all of his opponents pieces from movement.

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705
RG FR 001
Nine Men Morris – Glass Board – with Gift Box
 
705
RG CR 001
Nine Men Morris – Palimanan Board – with Gift Box
 
 

703 Game – Solitaire

February 27, 2009

Object
Solitaire is a one-person game of logic and patience. The object of the game is to remove all marbles but one from the board.

Setup
Place marbles in desired arrangement. Refer to the illustrations below for different formations to solve.

Instructions
Marbles can jump over adjacent marbles, and the marble that is jumped over is removed – similar to checkers. Marbles can jump horizontally or vertically, but never diagonally.
The game is over if no more jumps are possible. You win if only one marble remains.

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Material : natural stone and cast stone.
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703
RG CR 001
Solitaire – Round – with Gift Box
 
703
RG CR 001
Solitaire – Round – with Gift Box
 
 

616 Flower Vase

February 27, 2009

We are producing many kind of unique or custom flower for home, room, interior, decor, hotel, villa, resort & spa, with any motif, word, logo, design, corporate, made to order.

Material options : riverstone, stone, marble, granite, cast stone, glass, and other material

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616 RG GY 001
Flower Vase – Riverstone Cave
616 RG CR 002
Flower Vase – Twin Hole with 2 Chinese Inspirations
   
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616 RG CR 003
Flower Vase – Round with 4 Chinese Inspirations
616 RG CR 004
Flower Vase – Round with 4 Chinese Godwish
   
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616 RG CR 005
Flower Vase – Yin Yang
616 RG CR 006
Flower Vase – Ovale with 1 Chinese Inpirations
   
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616 RG CR 007
Flower Vase – Square with 2 Chinese Inpirations
616 RG CR 008
Flower Vase – Petabuhan
   
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Flower Vase – 4 Donut
 

607 Soap Holder and Bathroom Accessories

February 24, 2009

We are producing many kind of unique or custom soap holder, soap dish and bathroom accessories for home, room, hotel, villa, resort and spa, with any motif, word, logo, design, corporate, made to order.

Material options : riverstone, stone, marble, granite, cast stone, glass, bottle and other material.

Production Capacity : 7,000 pcs / month

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607 LG GY 001
Riverstone Cutting Soap Holder –
Labyrinth Motif
L -12 cm, W – 9 cm, H – 2.5 cm
607 LG GY 002
Riverstone Cutting Soap Holder –
Cross Line Motif
L -12 cm, W – 9 cm, H – 2.5 cm 
607 LG GY 003
Riverstone Cutting Soap Holder –
Dot Round Motif
L -12 cm, W – 9 cm, H – 2.5 cm
     
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607 LG CR 001
Riverstone Cutting Soap Holder –
Labyrinth Motif
L -12 cm, W – 9 cm, H – 2.5 cm 
607 LG GR 001
Riverstone Cutting Soap Holder –
Labyrinth Motif
L -12 cm, W – 9 cm, H – 2.5 cm
607 LG PK 001
Riverstone Cutting Soap Holder –
Labyrinth Motif
L -12 cm, W – 9 cm, H – 2.5 cm
     
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607 LG FR 004
Glass Oval Soap Holder –
Cross Line & Frangipani Motif
L -12 cm, W – 8 cm, H – 1.2 cm
607 LG FR 005
Glass Rectangle Soap Holder #1 –
Cross Line & Frangipani Motif
L -12 cm, W – 8 cm, H – 1.2 cm
607 LG FR 006
Glass Rectangle Soap Holder #2 –
Cross Line & Frangipani Motif
L -15 cm, W – 8 cm, H – 1.2 cm
     
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607 RG MX 101
Bathroom Set – Bottle 130 ml &
Soap Holder- with Sand Stone Base
607 RG FR 102
Bathroom Set – 2 Bottle 250 ml
with Glass Base
607 RG MX 103
Bathroom Set – 2 Bottle 130 ml
with Riverstone Base
     
bathroom set  
607 RG GY 200
Bathroom Set – Stone Polish
 

605 Card, Post It and Pen Holder

February 20, 2009

We are producing many kind of unique and custom card holder, post it, pen holder for collection, gift souvernir, home, room, hotel, villa, resort and spa, with any motif, word, logo, design, corporate, made to order.

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605 MD MX 100
Card Holder – Riverstone
Custom motif, made to order

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605 MD WH 200
Card Holder – Standing Riverstone
Custom motif, made to order

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605 SM GY 300
Placard Holder – Riverstone
Custom motif, made to order

river stone post it  and pen holder

605 LG GY 300
Post-IT and Pen Holder
Slate Riverstone
Custom motif, made to order

604 Incense Holder

February 16, 2009

We are producing many style unique incense holder for aromatheraphy, yoga accesories, decoration, good collection and gift souvenir with any motif, word, logo, design, corporate, made to order.

Material : stone, river stone, cast stone, lime stone, sand stone, lava stone, gravel, wooden and other

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604 RG MX 001
2 Riverstone Incense Holder – set
Custom motif, made to order
604 SM MX 100
Cutting Riverstone Incense Holder
Custom motif, made to order
604 SM MX 100
Cutting Riverstone Incense Holder
Custom motif, made to order
604 SM MX 200
Riverstone Incense Holder
Custom motif, made to order
604 SM MX 200
Riverstone Incense Holder
Custom motif, made to order
604 RG MX 300
Stone Surfing Incense Holder
Custom motif, made to order
604 RG GY 401
Buddha Zen – Incense Holder
604 RG WH 402
Yogi Zen – Incense Holder
604 RG WH 501
Frog Meditation – Incense Holder
604 RG WH 502
Double Frog – Incense Holder
604 RG GY 502
Double Frog – Incense Holder
604 RG GY 503
Sitting Frog – Incense Holder