This charming little game has it's roots way back in Roman times when soldiers would cast "steels" toward a wooden pin or sword stuck in the ground. Through the years the game has had many names. During the Victorian era it was known as "Hoopla". In Edwardian times it was called "Quoits". The game was even played by King Henry VII of Englands children, pictured in a very early etching in 1546. This version is handmade in Kentucky. The game easily breaks down is stored in a repurposed Scotch tube. Perfect for family picnics, outings and reenactments. Game is poplar, with sisel rope rings.