32 hand-painted alabaster and resin chess pieces depicting Ancient Egypt with its characteristic Egyptian characters and deities.
The two games are made in opposite colors, very well contrasted: gold and black.
The King of Ancient Egypt has obviously the appearance of the Pharaoh, seated on the throne with folded arms with the cloth headpiece called "nemes" and in his hand the "Nekhekh" one of the two scepters, together with the stick symbolize the sovereign power. The queen, with long black hair, has the headpiece called "Vulture" typical of the queens and also of the gods. The standard bishop is Horus, the Egyptian deity depicted as a falcon, and the horse has the appearance of the cat, sacred animal of the Egyptian world directly descended from the goddess Bastet and like her, depicted with an earring. The tower is the typical obelisk with the reproduction of carved hieroglyphs. Pawns are depicted as the God Anubis, protector of the dead and the necropolis.
Which chessboard will give the right luster to this glorious ancient population?