Alice in Wonderland Chess Pieces - 3.5" King - Metallic
This beautiful Metallic chess set is based on characters by Lewis Carroll in his two famous stories “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass”. The skilled artists of Berkeley Chess have brought Carroll’s memorable characters to life.
This beautiful chess set is based on characters by Lewis Carroll in his two famous stories “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass”. The skilled artists of Berkeley Chess have brought Carroll’s memorable characters to life.
Lewis Carroll, the pen name of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, was a lecturer in mathematics at Christ Church, Oxford, when he wrote the stories to amuse and entertain the young children of the Dean of Christ Church. He chose as the heroine of his stories Alice Liddell, the eldest daughter of the Dean. The children were so entranced by the stories that their mother persuaded Dodgson to have them published.
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” appeared in 1865 and “Through the Looking Glass” in 1872. Both books were superbly illustrated by John Tenniel and it is on his drawings that these chess figures are based. Indeed “Through the Looking Glass” has as part of its basic structural theme a game of chess in which Alice, as the White Queen’s pawn, advances to the eighth square where she herself becomes a Queen.
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Chess Board Included?
The Chess Board featured is for photographic purposes only and must be purchased separately
Polyresin - Crushed Stone Resin that offers the feel and weighted of solid stone, but with the durability of plastic
Fitted Coffer Compatible?
Will Not Fit in any Coffer
3.5'' inch / 8.89 cm
King Base Diameter
1.3'' inch / 3.30 cm
Recommended Chess Board Size
2.25" inch / 5.7 cm
Median Set Weight
Total Number of Pieces
32 Chess Pieces
DGT eBoard Compatible
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