Entirely handmade porcelain collectible chess set that represents the battle of Borodino in 1812 between the Napoleon’s French Grande Armee and the Russian Army, led by Prince Michail Kutuzov.
The battle of Borodino represents the last Russian effort at stopping the French advance on Moscow.
The chess set pieces are devided into two armies – the white ones for Napoleon’s army and the golden ones for the Russian army.
The figures of the two kings embody Napoleon and Kutuzov.
Ttwo opposing queen figures than represent the high command officers of each army.
Bishops are the flag- bearers.
The knigths for the cavalry officers.
The rooks for the infantry officers.
Pawns for the soldiers from both armies
Artistically painted, with additional gilded adornment.
Pawn’s height: 130 mm.
Average figures height: from 150 mm to 190 mm.
Handmade chessboard of Karelian birch. Multilayer polished.
585 mm x 585 mm
56 mm x 56 mm (2.2″ x 2.2″)
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