Yesterday I put up a posting about the amount of time a typical game should take to play (15 minutes); you may have noticed the fabulous Mah Jongg clock pictured in this posting:Wouldn’t this look great in your Mah Jongg room, ready to let you know if your games are going over that 15 minute mark. And you can have it – just go to Lee Eisman’s Etsy shop, Do It Again Jewelry. Not only does Lee have this fun clock (in several colors) but she also has Mah Jongg jewelry and these darling cocktail napkins that I am loving!
I wear glasses to read and, of course, to play Mah Jongg. Take a look at this cute eyeglass leash:
I think these are so cute and so clever – and a great little gift for your Mah Jongg-playing friends. This eyeglass leash came from a company called Gehazi Collections located in my very own home town, Detroit, Michigan! Who knew?! Their tag line is Gemstone and Mah Jongg Jewelry – The New Face of Mah Jongg Jewelry. On the invoice was written: Gehazi means valley of vision. May your life be touched by the inspiration that comes from the valley of vision.
Check out their website featuring Mah Jongg jewelry – www.gehazi.com
One thing I have longed for is to own an enrobed Mah Jongg set. And so, it broke my heart to see those magnificent and fairly rare tiles broken up from several different enrobed sets to make a bracelet.
Santa stopped by early today and I am afraid that I have no willpower. I opened all the gifts – and there were so many! – and each one brought a greater delight to me than the one before. Not surprising, Santa knows that I like things having to do with Mah Jongg and so several of the gifts followed that theme. The first was a beautiful decoupaged dish from cccreations – decoupage under glass by Carol Cohen.
Isn’t this fabulous?! I can’t decide where to put it – either on the coffee table in the living room or else on my dresser in the bedroom and put jewelry, coins, etc. in it. Such decisions to make! Continue reading