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National Geographic Ultimate Dinopedia Globe
National Geographic Ultimate Dinopedia Globe
(Based on 2 reviews)
Category: Kids/Toys and Games/All Toys

This unique globe not only sits in the mouth of a T. Rex skull, it also shows aspiring palentologists just where on earth these great creatures once roamed. Based on National Geographic's Ultimate Dinopedia, it features red LED eyes and includes a magnifying glass for close-up inspection.

National Geographic Shut the Box Game
National Geographic Shut the Box Game
(Based on 32 reviews)
Category: Home Décor/Historic Collectibles
After their sails were still for the night, Norman mariners would get out their dice and play Shut-the-Box. The simple and addictive game made its way around the world as trade increased among Europe, Africa, and China, and it remains especially popular in the U.K. today. Roll the dice and lay down any combination of tiles to match your roll. Keep rolling until you can't match your roll on the remaining tiles. Low score wins; lay down all the tiles and you've shut the box. Easy to learn and hard to stop playing, this handsome antiqued edition features an Old World look, wooden box, and wooden dice and tiles.
Kenyan Olive-wood Napkin Rings - Set of 4
Kenyan Olive-wood Napkin Rings - Set of 4
(Based on 9 reviews)
Category: Home Décor/Home Accents

Men and women of Kenya’s Kamba tribe carve these safari animal napkin rings using hard olive wood. These workers are known as jua kali, a phrase that means hot sun but has come to mean those who earn a living in woodworking or metal carving. Each set contains a zebra, giraffe, elephant, and leopard. Please allow for small variations in each handmade carving.

17-inch Galileo Thermometer
17-inch Galileo Thermometer
(Based on 16 reviews)
Category: Member Products

Art meets science in this colorful glass thermometer. In 1593, Italian physicist Galileo invented a thermometer based on the principles of relative density. Individually calibrated weights float in a sealed tube of water where they rise and fall with the temperature and the resulting changes in water density.