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    #Medieval Box -- 15th Century -- French -- Silver -- Metropolitan Museum of Art

    French Letter Rack c.1805

    18th century French Gold, Enamel and Paste Set Parasol Handle

    18th century fan

    Russian Ivory Box Early 19th Century

    Antique French Burlwood Sewing Workbox w/Tools; circa 1820

    Tudor sword of Henry VIII @ Ashmolean Museum, Oxford 1500-1600, rock crystal and gilt silver

    The children didn't miss out on the fun either... of course they all looked adorable in their playtime attire.

    Head and foreleg of a snarling lion Neo-Assyrian ca. 9th–8th century B.C. Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu)

    Croquet 1864

    Glove of Elizabeth I

    Chalice mid 15th century Central European silver,glass,semi precious stones,cloisonne,champleve and basse taille enamel Metropolitan Museum of Art NY

    ancient greek rattles | Claire Catacouzinos

    Spin It game ca. 1900 A very simple game for both boys and girls, "Spin It" by Milton Bradley used hand-spun tops to score points. The museum's example of this game is in pristine condition. Perhaps nobody ever played with it.

    This is an example of a Roman board game played with pebbles. Roman Board Game. 2010.Roman Fort of Segedunum.

    Ring, late 6th–early 5th century b.c., Etruscan, Gilt silver “This ring testifies to the complexity of artistic interconnection at the end of the Archaic period. The bezel is in the form of a cartouche, a shape ultimately of Egyptian origin that the Phoenicians disseminated in the western Mediterranean. The three mythological creatures that decorate it—winged lion, siren, and scarab beetle—came from the East as well. Rich Etruscan tombs of the eighth and seventh centuries B.C.

    A rare English portrait in needlework depicting Queen Elizabeth I, circa 1580.

    Pair of Dolls Roman 275-300 CE Bone (1)

    Roman Ivory die, 1st–3rd Century