A 17" 19th century Chinese pagoda of painted and carved hard stone, apparently made as a rolling pearl game. When the ball is started on the uppermost level, it will roll down through the doors to the lower levels; now fitted with ceramic ball bearings resembling pearls (which they may have had originally). Some ornaments that dangle from the roofs are missing along with some of the red stone fence that circles the lowest layer. Condition is good. Can be disassembled.