When I was first introduced to Catan, I played so much I quickly beat up my cardboard hexes that came with the game. This inspired me to look for a more durable set – and ultimately to make one. These sturdy tiles are made for the long haul and pay tribute to each resource hex from the game.
The custom hexes are made to work with your existing Settlers of Catan Game. The Catan-inspired standard set is made to be a wedding or anniversary gift and includes 18 hex-shaped number tokens, a 6-piece border set, a custom robber token, 9 harbor tokens, and 19 resource tiles:
- 1 desert
- 4 sheep (albeit 1 is a black sheep)
- 3 brick
- 4 wheat
- 3 ore
- 4 wood hexes
Additionally, this expanded set includes the necessary pieces to accommodate the 5-6 player version of the game. Additional pieces include 28 number tokens, 2 harbor tokens, a 4-piece border expansion, and 11 resource tiles:
- 1 desert
- 2 sheep
- 2 brick
- 2 wheat
- 2 ore
- 2 wood
This special wedding edition features the following variations:
- 1 additional resource hex features a diamond to complement the ore resource tiles;
- 1 of the desert hexes will be customized featuring the first names of the bride and groom, wedding date, and a heart or diamond ring inset. Please specify in your order details.
- Each hex has a hexagon-shaped inset for the number token to sit within the hex;
- 2 victory point game cards: hex-shaped White Oak featuring Longest Road and Largest Army designations
All GameMason items are sized to work with your existing Settlers of Catan game. You must own the Settlers of Catan game by Klaus Teuber in order to use and enjoy this board. This set will be custom made once your order is placed. Please allow 3-5 days production time.
Hexes are 0.224 inches thick and have high grade appearance and are consistent in thickness.
The set includes White Oak items only (as shown in first picture) – not Catan game pieces. Also, please note that there are variances in the appearance of the wood that is reflective of the natural variances in wood – i.e. some hexes are darker, some lighter, etc.