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This is the chess board attached to an old Singer sewing machine base.

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Comment by Jon Canigiani on September 29, 2011 at 10:04am
Wilma...I buy a lot of books for ideas...and one book I bought was about pubs in Ireland.   On the cover was a chessboard attached to an odd metal base....in the book it said what it was. So I went on ebay and searched for vintage Singer sewing machines and found several of these bases.  I had to strip it all down which was extremely tideous but it came out ok.
Comment by wilma44 on September 29, 2011 at 9:56am
I love the idea of using the sewing machine base! I knew what it was right away.

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