The Outrage Deluxe Board Game is the holder of the Guinness World Record as "The Most Expensive Board Game in the World"! It looks just like a detailed plan of the Tower of London and it is set into a solid mahogany cabinet.
If you’re looking for gifts for men who have everything look no further, this is the perfect for them! It's been built to the highest to the highest standard, the French polished cabinet has a drawer with hand cut dovetail joints in which the playing pieces are kept. It really is quite something.
It also has two packs of cards edged with gold leaf. The Yeoman Warders and White Tower playing pieces together with flags are hallmarked sterling silver. Each of the playing pieces and flags are coloured in enamel. The coins (Elizabethan Crowns) are also hallmarked solid silver.
But the 'crowning' glory is the replica Crown Jewels. They are fashioned in 18ct solid gold and are studded with real rubies, sapphires, diamonds and emeralds. Each game is individually numbered on a brass plaque to ensure exclusivity, and this plaque can be personalised as desired.
It's is supplied in a black, high quality travel case for the ultimate protection.
The Crown Jewels picture above are described in order below:
The original Sovereign's Sceptre with Cross dates from 1661 and is used in the Coronation ceremony to symbolise the Sovereigns temporal power under the cross. It contains Cullinan I, the worlds largest premium quality cut diamond. This miniature version is hand made from 18ct gold and set with two diamonds. The cross and diamond setting are rhodium plated.
The original Jewelled Sword of Offering dates from 1820 when it was made for George IVs coronation. It has been used in all Coronation ceremonies since. This miniature version is hand made from 18ct gold with the handle, guard and scabbard detailing rhodium plated. It is studded with rubies, sapphires and emeralds.
The original Prince of Wales' Crown dates from 1969 and was used in the Investiture of Prince Charles at Caernarvon Castle. This miniature version is hand made from 18ct gold.
The St Edward's original crown jewels date from 1661 and where used in the Coronation ceremony to crown the Monarch. These miniature versions are hand made from 18ct gold, with the cross, base and edges of the arches rhodium plated. It is studded with rubies, sapphires and emeralds.
The original Sovereign's Orb dates from 1661 and is used in the Coronation ceremony to symbolise Christian sovereignty, as the Monarch is the head of the Anglican Church. This miniature version is hand made from 18ct gold with the cross and edges of the banding rhodium plated. It is studded with rubies, sapphires and emeralds.
There are 6 playing pieces which have been handmade from Sterling silver and are enamelled with each playing colour.
There are 4 Yeoman Warder pieces hand made from Sterling silver.
There are 6 replica Elizabethan Crown coins which are hand made from Sterling silver.
There are Tower and Raven playing cards are gold leaf edged.
The game was devised in the early Nineties. It was made in close collaboration with the Tower of London to ensure authenticity. The first boxed editions went on sale in 1992 and it has now sold about 60,000 copies. Until recently, it was only available at Harrods, Hamleys and the Tower of London store in the UK. The game is now available to buy direct online for delivery worldwide, with our guaranteed commitment to customer service.
Outrage Board Game is available in three formats. Deluxe, regular (£29.99) and travel (£9.99), all the Outrage! games adhere to the same concept and rules.
Frequently Asked Questions and Answers:
Q It is a challenge to steal all of the Jewels. What if playing time is limited?
A You can play the short version of the rules. Instead of playing until all the Jewels have been stolen, the winner is the first player to steal one Jewel.
Q Why is the Deluxe version so expensive?
A it is totally handmade from the finest materials - mahogany for the case and 18ct gold and Sterling silver (studded with precious stones) for the pieces. Each game is unique and 100% British made.
Q Is Outrage! suitable for my 10 year old son?
A Yes. It can b
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