Medieval Chess Pieces
A more definitive decorated chess set would be hard to find than this superbly crafted masterpiece. Our designers, by combining their skills with the styles of Staunton and the old French Dieppe sets, have created one of our most attractive sets.
The Richard the Lionheart Hand Painted Chess Pieces
The White Tower, oldest of all the Tower buildings, was originally built as a royal palace and fortress, but has also served as a prison, a royal chapel, a record office and a large storehouse of arms, armor and gunpowder.
The White Tower Hand Painted Chess Pieces
This superb set is Based on the famous Battle of Hastings in which King Harold II of England opposed the invading Norman army led by William Duke of Normandy on October 14th 1066. After the hard fought battle of Stamford Bridge in which he defeated and killed Harold Hardrada King of Norway who had invaded Northumbria, Harold and his Saxon Army marched from York to the south coast of England. At a small village just inland from Hastings, Harold's tired army met the invading forces of William Duke of Normandy.
The Battle of Hastings Hand Painted Chess Pieces
The skilled designers and sculptors of Studio Anne Carlton have created from the architecture and statuary in and around Canterbury Cathedral a chess set of gracious proportions and great detail.
The Canterbury Cathedral Hand Painted Chess Pieces