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 Quality Galalith Chips Set No 86
3,7 cm / 1.45 inches  Diameter
Available Colours: Black-White/Red-Black/Yellow-Black

What is Galalith material ?)

Galalith (Erinoid in the United Kingdom), derived from the Greek words gala (milk) and lithos (stone), is a trade name for one of the earliest plastics.
It was invented in 1897 and patented in 1899 by (Friedrich) Adolph Spitteler (1846 - 1940) and Wilhelm Krische and made from the milk protein casein. At the beginning of the 20th century, a French chemist, J.C. Trillat, discovered the means to insolubilize casein by immersion in formaldehyde.
This material revolutionized the button industry with its capacity to create structural effects and imitate all sorts of material: horn, tortoiseshell, ivory, wood, etc. It was also used in the 1930s for jewellery, pens, umbrella handles, etc. World production at that time reached 10.000 tons.
One of its great qualities is its porosity, making it ideal for dyeing, by immersing white galalith in coloured baths. Galalith cannot be moulded, and is manufactured in the form of sheets of different thickness, sticks and tubes, and is therefore worked by hand.



No 86b polyesteric

3.7 cm / 1.45 inches Diameter
Available Colours: Blue, white, yellow, red, green, borwn, black


Wooden olive backgammon chips

Wooden olive backgammon chips No 84B, 84R, 84G
3.7 cm / 1.45 inches Diameter

Leather shakers No 85 (with green lining)
7.5 cm length (5cm diameter) -/- 2.95 inches length (1.96 inches diameter)
Available Colours: Black/White/Red/brown/Green

Plastic shakers No 86 (with red lining)
7 cm length / 2.75 inches


Green Pearlized - Die No. 105
1.2 cm / 0.47 in.
  Blue Pearlized - Die No. 105
1.2 cm / 0.47 in.
Red Pearlized - Die No. 105
1.2 cm / 0.47 in.
  Orange Pearlized - Die No. 105
1.2 cm / 0.47 in.
White Pearlized - Die No. 105
1.2 cm / 0.47 in.
  White Pearlized - Die No. 106
1.2 cm / 0.47 in.
Simple die No 101
1.2 cm / 0,47 in.
  Doubling die No 112
1.6 cm / 0,62 in.
Poker die
1.6 cm / 0,62 in.