OUR STORY: FROM LAWYERS, TO MOMS, TO FRIENDS AND TUESDAY MAHJONG GIRLS
Two Friends Taking a Roll of the Dice
Hello Mahjong friends,
We have been friends for over 14 years and started playing mahjong together over 8 years ago. Recently, we both have been interested in finding vintage mahjong sets. We noticed that the mahjong tiles, racks and cases were works of art but the dice were plain and very small. As the saying goes “Necessity is the mother of invention.” Mahjong Dice™ was born.
We believe our Mahjong Dice™ complement all mahjong sets whether vintage or modern. On several of our styles, the Joker represents the one dot and the two through six are engraved dot designs. We also have Mahjong Dice™ that are Jokerless like the Lotus Dot series. For the Lucky Bam series, the one bam is represented by an elegantly engraved black and green peacock. We continue to introduce new designs, colors and styles and we love and listen to your feedback.
We believe in giving back to the community and proud of our first fundraiser for the Alzheimer's Association The Longest Day. We donated $1 per pair of purple Jokerless Lotus Dot dice sold. We continued giving back with a donation of $1 per pair of our Bling & Shine design and excited for upcoming opportunities to be involved with this important cause.
Donna is a South Florida native that graduated from American University in Washington, D.C. After graduating from the University of Miami Law School, Donna practiced commercial real estate law in South Florida. Dara was born in New York, moved to South Florida and graduated from UT Austin. Dara attended University of Miami Law School and worked as an attorney in Miami for several years.
Both of us took time off from being attorneys to being proud stay-at-home moms to our wonderful children. We also both also have adorable dogs, also known as our Mahjong Dice Mascots! You'll get to meet Sunshine, Daisy and Teddy in future FB and IG posts.
Here is a great article in the Sun Sentinel about our story! https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0260/1163/1676/files/sunsentinelarticle.pdf?v=1596151011