Handmade and hand painted alabaster and resin chess pieces depicting wild animals typical of the jungle and savannah, distinguished by two well-characterized colors, in shades of ocher yellow and anthracite gray.
In the golden savannah who could be the King and the Queen of chess? Obvious! The Lion and the Lioness. The tiger has the role of the bishop and the giraffe is the horse of the savannah. The anaconda is the snake that twists to the trunk and depicts the tower. The little lion cub plays the part of the pawn.
In the jungle are primates and monkeys to have the primary role: the little monkeys the pawn, the King and the Queen depicted as gorillas. The bear is given the role of bishop, the horse is represented by the zebra and the tower like the elephant with the Indian parade canopy.
For animal lovers and for young budding champions: a "playful" motive to get close to chess.