Lila and I have been collecting Mahjong sets and associated items for twenty years. Our collection ranges from pre 1920 to modern and from playing cards to ivory tiles in magnificent cabinets and everything in-between. We do not specialise in any one facet but a majority of our sets are Chinese wood cabinets with bone/bamboo tiles. At the moment we have tiles made of twenty different materials.
We hope that you will enjoy your trip through our collection. We are focusing on the visual aspects of mahjong and will leave the history, lore and rules of play to others better equipped to discuss these subjects.
If you have any comments, Lila and I would be pleased to hear from you. To contact us, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
and mention ‘Mahjong’ in the Subject.
Each number (LAW 1, LAW 2 …) denotes a cabinet style. That number is followed by a number identifying the photo of that set. Next is a letter (A, B, C …) that is the label of the set within the cabinet style category. Finally, that is followed by a description of the tile material in that example.
The pictures of the tiles were taken with the tiles in their trays.