Described as rare in the literature this game comprises of a large boxwood spinning top which has six further painted spinning tops inside. The idea is that when the top is spun it releases the other coloured spinning tops inside. The last spiining top to stop spinning wins. There are coloured counters which were used for betting on. It was made by Jacques's of London around 1860s and has had a box made to house it at some stage in its life. There is a launcher which came separately which works with the top.
The box measures 10.5cm w x 8cm h x 8cm d.