This traditional game has a cherry wood playing dish with marbles in a variety of colors
This familiar tabletop game is believed to have been conceived during the French Revolution by a nobleman held captive in the Bastille. Necessity is the mother of invention and this prisoner used the solitary confinement to create a game he could play on his own, thus distracting him from the tedium of his predicament. This vintage styled dish-like solitaire board is made from solid cherry wood with a honey finish. Its grooved outer rim provides a handy holder for eliminated pieces. You only need 36, but this game comes with 38 colorful marbles made from semi-precious stones.
Includes 38 hand-blown 30mm marbles
Grooved outer rim
Colors: Honey Distressed French Finish & Various Colors