32 handmade and hand painted chess pieces in alabaster and resin depicting one of the most known medieval King, Frederick Barbarossa, in two different colors.
Frederick Barbarossa was the name by which it was recognized Hohenstaufen Frederick I, who was crowned emperor of the Holy Roman Empire June 18, 1155.
This particular game has the details painted with two colors and skin color, detail that identifies this size of the chess pieces. This chess set represents the medieval period and its characteristics in a stylized way: long braids of the King's checkers, knights' helmets with typical Norman headdress with nose guard.
The details are highlighted by painting, which emphasizes the edge of the queen tunic, the mantle of bishop, the horse ornaments and the details of the merlons and the door of the tower.
What is the chessboard you feel is the most suitable for the leader Frederick Barbarossa?