Cavagnole lottery game
Originally from Genoa, Cavagnole was introduced in France circa 1740. It takes its name from the Italian word cavagnolo or cavagnola meaning little basket. This game of chance, the ancestor of bingo, was very fashionable with great court ladies.
Versailles-themed Lotto game with wooden pawns and cardboard boards depicting ancient views of the palace and its field.
My Little Art brings together creators, designers and illustrators imagining objects and toys in a funny and funny spirit. A small creative company, My Little Art awakens the imagination of children and enriches this little world of fantasy. For the marble courtyard shop of the Palace of Versailles, Mon Petit Art has imagined a complete collection of creative games featuring the castle, its characters and its intrigues.
24 boards each with 15 numbers on
90 tokens, 100 counters, a game bag
Choking hazard. Small parts, not for children under 3 years