BACKGAMMON TABLE AND CHANDELIER.
Above is a photo of Lucille Ball's backgammon game, table and chair, that were once in her home in California. Above the table is a chandelier that was also present in her home. At one point, Lucille complained that the light from the chandelier was shining out of proportion, and she only wanted it to focus on her backgammon board. She asked a friend to fix it for her, and when the idea came up that she should use a coffee tin, she did not mind at all. It was painted to match the bronze-style lamp, and she found it quite convenient, despite the seemingly awful look! This proves that Lucille was actually quite practical.