Exclusive porcelain chess «The Naval Battle in 1571» (№ 1654)

Item № 1654
14,274 USD
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Product is placed in the categories: Aristocrat, Best Offers, Luxury chess, Porcelain chess, VIP gifts
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    SPECIFICATION

    Figures dimensions.
    Pawns height: 150 mm
    Average figures height: from 180 mm to 210 mm
    Chess Board dimensions:
    585 mm x 585 mm
    Chess board squares dimensions:
    56 mm x 56 mm (2.2″ x 2.2″)

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    Exclusive porcelain chess set “The Naval Battle on 1571”.
    Members of the naval battle:
    – The Holy League as part of the Spanish Empire, Pope Pius V, Venice, Genoa and other Italian states.
    – Ottoman Empire
    The fleet of the League under the command of Don Juan of Austria discovered the Turkish forces led by Ali Pasha Muezzin-zadeh (275 galleys) in the Gulf of Patras and attacked it. It was the largest naval battle in Western history since classical antiquity, involving more than 400 warships.

    The material of the figures is porcelain.
    Artistically painted, with additional gold and platinum adornment. Each porcelain chess figure is individual and has a portrait resemblance to a historical character.
    Handmade chessboard of Karelian birch has multilayer polished. Porcelain chess pieces are packed in a luxury Karelian birch wooden box. It took more than 2 years to create and manufacture a chess set.

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