32 classic chess pieces Staunton model with a line that develops in height, made of zamak, a resistant and very ductile alloy of metals that allows a detailed arabesque on the very detailed surface.
In these pieces the main characteristic of the zama is evident, which allows to create very defined details even in a few centimeters.
The chess is then passed into galvanic baths that give the polish and the chrome.
In particular, it is worth noting the pieces of the King and Queen, in this version the Queen is a few millimeters bigger than the King, which is recognizable by the "cross" on top of the check. The bishop and the horse follow the classic lines of the Staunton model, while the tower is almost as tall as these two pieces. Even the pawn has an unusual height, and still clearly identifiable as a player.
Which chess board would you use to match the colors of the metal?