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Checker's Game Box in Beechwood, France 1920s <p>A mobile checkers game board and carrying case in beechwood, France circa 1920. This hinged beechwood box opens out flat to become an elevated game table for checkers. The edges and sides are heavily carved in multiple motifs, with foliate details around the board and stylized decoration on the sides. Charming circular embelishments are carved into the handle. A tiny, rustic metal wire closure sits just under the handle. The inside is a clean, undivided box, suitable for carrying many game pieces, pen and paper for score keeping and the like.</p>

Checker's Game Box in Beechwood, France 1920s

$450

reference: CC1
circa: 1920s
origin: France

height: 4"
width: 18.5"
depth: 11.5"

A mobile checkers game board and carrying case in beechwood, France circa 1920. This hinged beechwood box opens out flat to become an elevated game table for checkers. The edges and sides are heavily carved in multiple motifs, with foliate details around the board and stylized decoration on the sides. Charming circular embelishments are carved into the handle. A tiny, rustic metal wire closure sits just under the handle. The inside is a clean, undivided box, suitable for carrying many game pieces, pen and paper for score keeping and the like.

Condition: Very good vintage condition. No game pieces in box.

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