Mancala Maroon Fish Wood Batik
Mancala is a two-player game using small beads and rows of holes on a playing surface. The game has been around of hundreds of years and adopted by many cultures. In Indonesia, it is often called Dakon, or Congklak. Individually carved and decorated using batik technique, this decorative piece sits well on a coffee table both as a décor or a playing item.
The mancala measures 9 inches in width and 17 inches in length. It is foldable and comes with shells as beads.