Tin was hand cut for the top of this very interesting cribbage board. The sides are each about 11” and the wood is beautifully finished. The tin triangle, screwed to the top of the board, measures approximately 9 ¼”. The peg holed were then drilled through the tin into the wood with precision. The board is perfectly playable. There is a 6 pointed star in the center, with a 5 pointed star in the center of the larger star. There is a hole for pegs on one side of the board with a piece of tin for a cover. There are 4 long metal pegs and one short peg. The green felt on the base is shabby and needs to be replaced.