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  • New exhibit of miniatures has desk with over 16,000 pieces

    The National Museum of Toys and Miniatures unveiled a new exhibit of fine-scale works on Saturday. The French interiors highlight royal furniture from Louis XV and Louis XVI. The miniature version of a desk belonging to king Louis XV contains over 16,000 individual pieces of fruitwood.

The National Museum of Toys and Miniatures unveiled a new exhibit of fine-scale works on Saturday. The French interiors highlight royal furniture from Louis XV and Louis XVI. The miniature version of a desk belonging to king Louis XV contains over 16,000 individual pieces of fruitwood. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
The National Museum of Toys and Miniatures unveiled a new exhibit of fine-scale works on Saturday. The French interiors highlight royal furniture from Louis XV and Louis XVI. The miniature version of a desk belonging to king Louis XV contains over 16,000 individual pieces of fruitwood. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

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