Genghis Khan hand painted alabaster and resin chess pieces and the Mongol battle against the Chinese people

Genghis Khan hand painted alabaster and resin chess pieces and the Mongol battle against the Chinese people

32 hand-painted and hand-painted alabaster and resin chess pieces, the Battle of the Mongols by Genghis Khan against the Chinese population of the Jin Empire. King height 5,71" diameter 1,97"(King height 14.5 cm diameter 5 cm).

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  • The images could be different from the product for some details (colour, size, ...) because all our goods are handmade by our craftsmen. It means that there could be a difference in the final size of the product, with a tolerance of 10% in consideration of the specified size. The images could be different from the product for some details (colour, size, ...) because all our goods are handmade by our craftsmen. It means that there could be a difference in the final size of the product, with a tolerance of 10% in consideration of the specified size.

Hand-crafted and hand-painted alabaster and resin chess pieces, from the series of historical battles, depicting the Chinese population of the Jin Empire struggling with the Mongol conquest of Genghis Khan.

The King of the Mongols is depicted as Genghis Khan, the great leader born with the name of Temujin, who later became Khan, this is the name that the Turks and Mongols gave their rulers, and therefore Genghis Khan, the one who managed to create one of the more great empires of history.In 1211 to declare war on the then population of northern China populated by the Jin dynasty.

All the pieces of both teams are treated in detail: from the sumptuous golden parameters of the two Kings, the Chinese emperor and Genghis Khan of the Mongols, the Queens, up to the towers that depict the typical buildings of Chinese architecture. This chess game is embellished with many details in gold and silver, the weapons of the king and the bishops, the parameters of the queens, and the edges of the robes of Mongolian pawn.

The bases of the two teams are also very well looked after with gold and silver details.

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Material
Alabaster and Resin hand painted
Weight
7.00 kg

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