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Collectible chess sets

April 25, 2019
The game of chess is rooted to the mists of time. The history of chess has not less than one and a half thousand years. The epochs were replaced, empires and states disappeared, but chess is still today a game that attracts intellectuals and ordinary people in different parts of the world. Collectors, who supplement their collections with various collectible chess sets, did not stand aside. They can be made of various materials, including precious. Especially it is possible to highlight various themes in the manufacture of collectible chess sets. It can be historical, fantasy, heroic or wildlife. Company Noblie presents various chess sets made of wood and ceramics. Each figure of ceramic chess is individually painted by hand. Chess board is made of precious wood. These sets will be a worthy exhibit in the collection. They will be a great gift to a person who is difficult to surprise with something. You can choose a various options of chess sets here: Collectible chess sets Collectible chess sets Collectible chess sets Collectible chess sets Collectible chess sets
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The art of manufacturing decorated edged weapons has already existed for many centuries. It absorbed rich traditions and historical experience of different nations from ancient times till the present days. Sabres and small swords, broadswords and rapiers, dirks and hunting daggers were consideres pieces off art if they were decorated with carving and engraving, gold plating and embossing, precious metals and stones. Such objects were usually intended for present, awards, diplomatic gifts and court ceremonies, where a high technical value and a rich artistic decoration were naturally combined. This unique art resched its full flowering in the first part of the 19th century, but by the beginning of the next century the tradition to create such kind of weapon has interrupted and, as it seemed, forever.
Knife statuette “Day watch”. Ashtray “Relax of a King”.
Saber “Liberator”. Designed in 19th century style for the High Command officers and artistically adorned.
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