Our Spell and 17'' long bat are both made of native pine and are based on period artwork.For safety we have replaced the small hard Knurr (ball) of the original game with a small leather covered "lemon peel" style sewn ball.There's Harry, in his boxers and a t-shirt, putting wine in the 'fridge, when Marin's mom - you guessed it, Erica - unexpectedly comes home.Naturally, she thinks he's an intruder and calls 911. It takes some explaining, but soon the misunderstanding is cleared up and our combatants (oops, participants) can get on with the romancin'.A lonely doctor, who once occupied an unusual lakeside house, begins exchanging love letters with its former resident, a frustrated architect.They must try to unravel the mystery behind their extraordinary romance before it's too late.Harry Sanborn is an aged music industry exec with a fondness for younger women like Marin, his latest trophy girlfriend.Things get a little awkward when Harry suffers a heart attack at the home of Marin's mother Erica.
The Cup and Ball Toss Toy was played with in Colonial America and is mentioned in an 1834 publication for girls.This game is played by two persons with small rackets, called battledores, made of parchment or rows of gut stretched across wooden frames, and shuttlecocks, made of a base of some light material, like cork, with trimmed feathers fixed round the top.The object of the players is to bat the shuttlecock from one to the other as many times as possible without allowing it to fall to the ground.Many kids could be kept busy for hours with just one of these balls and a stick for a bat. Leather Ball: This is the ball that comes with Knurr and Spell. Knurr and Spell: Long before baseball became the official American past time, a variety of ball and bat games were popular. The object of the game was to hit the ball as far as possible toward a measured target.The spell is a small hard ball that was shot into the air when the Spell was hit with a stick or bat.