Buckingham Palace has been turned into a gambling den and drinks cabinet with a near £20,000 price tag.
A leather-bound scale-model replica of the Queen's official residence has been unveiled inside, instead of the royal family, it houses a mahogany roulette wheel, green baize playing surface and 2,400 casino chips. Created by luxury British games maker Geoffrey Parker to celebrate the monarch's diamond jubilee.
It is over 2 metres long and 500 cms high and just 25 will be built.
Lifting the sterling silver flag pole , which is diamond tipped and flies the Royal Standard, removes the centre section of the roof , decorated with the Union flag, revealing the roulette wheel.
The east and west wings when turned over reveal two full roulette layouts in fine gaming cloth.
Towed away beneath is a leather-bound lift out trays for the chips.
The set comes with a roulette marker and croupier's rake.
To entertain guests, the wings of the "replica palace have drawers lined in finest billiard cloth, with a full complement of hand-cut British crystal stemware in the form of two square spirit decanters with six matching glasses for whiskey as well as two ship's decanters for cognac and port.