Embroidery box and Games table

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Embroidery box and Games table

A Victorian walnut games table which once opened is used for storing embroidery threads, silks and needles plus small pieces of material.

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  • 1. At 20:04 on 8 December 2010, Garry W wrote:

    This really is a marvelous piece, it's a pity we can't zoom in to see the detail, and being as it's from the antiques roadshow and showcased on it's own page I guess it is a bit of a rarity. They certainly don't make Complain about this comment

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