32 handmade and hand painted chess pieces in alabaster and resin depicting the most famous monuments of the city of Florence, starting from Michelangelo's David.
Both teams have the characters that represent the monuments and are painted by hand in contrasting colors because they have to be clearly identifiable by the player.
The King of chess who could it be? Of course, the King of the monuments of Florence that is Michelangelo's David. The Queen piece is the Rising Venus of the painting by Botticelli (The Birth of Venus), the bishop is the David di Donatello, the horse is represented with a lion holding a shield with the lily, the symbol of the city of Florence. The tower is the palace of Piazza della Signoria and the pawn is the warrior who takes on the mantle crest cities of Tuscany.
And the board that will host all these works of art? Choose it by yourself.