I just got a bunch of clay marbles glazed different colors. Two of them are shooters. What I love about them is the colors and uniqueness of each. Being handmade in the 1850-1870's. I hope you like.
When I was a kid we played marbles. There was a ball bearing factory near where I lived in Whittier, and we sometimes would find massive ball bearings in their trash. They were great because the opponent had to tag the giant ball bearing a dozen times to win it. The only problem was the bearing sometimes would smash the opponent's marble into pieces, LOL.