AMGR022
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Collection: AM Bistrot

13.75 x 13.75 x 3.6 in Reg. $379.00 (CAD)
 now: $333.40 (CAD) 


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AMGR022
Semi-Precious Solitaire Game, Solid Wood Board and Semi-precious Stone Marbles
Board Game, Antique European French Peg Solitaire Game Replica with Solid Wood Board, Strategy Game
AM Bistrot Collection


Diameter 13.75 x Height 3.6 inch
Diameter 35 x Height 9 cm

  • A glass of nice wine, a warm decor, loved ones arriving soon, enjoying life…
  • Hand-turned game board in hardwood and cherry - French laquer finished game board on a small pedestal
  • At least 15 different semi-precious minerals. Malachite, Azurite, Quartz, Serpentine, Hematite, Bloodstone, Lazulite, Amethyst, Crystal, Garnet…
  • This French Solitaire Game also serves as an upscale home decor piece
  • 38 semi-precious stone spheres as playing pieces in many gemstone varieties, selected for color and beauty



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    The game of Solitaire is reputed to have been invented by a nobleman confined in the Bastille prison during the early years of the French Revolution. The game is played with 36 marbles. The object is to eliminate all but one marble, which should ideally end up in the center of the game board.
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