I cut up some scrap mahogany into 1" x 1" strips for the trim, the idea being that it will create a lip on top of the board, so any loose marbles can't roll off.
I then cut the mitres on the trim using my mitre sled
It certainly made the job a lot easier, and the mitres were perfect, no adjustment needed.
I decided to take my time attaching the trim, I have only glued it, so I numbered each piece and side, then attached one piece at a time, clamping it and leaving each side for 20 minutes to dry.
Once they were all fitted, it was time for more sanding, I started with 80 grit, and finished on 120 grit, it's only a game after all, so this was certainly good enough.
With the mahogany being reclaimed timber, there were nail holes and a few other defects, so I mixed up some of the sawdust from earlier,with glue, filled the holes, and re-sanded.
The board was then complete, I gave it four or five coats of spray lacquer, and put it to one side.
Now it was the turn of the marbles, I think I said previously, I could get marbles, but there were no choice of colours, for this I needed six different colours, leaving one set the original colour, I picked out five spray paints I had left over from when I created 'Parqués', and set about spraying them.