Vintage 1849-50 Reproduction Distressed Antiqued Morphy Cooke 3.5” Chess Design in Ebony and Box Wood
Many of the chess sets available on the International Chess Market are the Reproduction of those Chess Sets which were originally utilized by World Chess Champions in World Chess Tournaments held in the 19th and the 20th centuries. These particular chess designs that were found suitable for world championships by the championship organizers, fascinate today's discerning chess players, chess hobbyists and chess collectors. These designs being of old, are thought to be actual antique or distressed in look. So there arose an urgent need of technical methods of reproducing the exact distressed look, and distressed antique look we at our manufacturing unit have successfully developed methods to accomplish the objective. Distressed look on our chess sets is our new monopoly as we have been the first inventor of distressing technique. Selling chess is an exciting business, and we wish prosperity to the entire chess selling community.
This is one of the Jaques early chess set which had been used in the famous chess tournaments played in the year of 1849-50. The Knight head of this chess set is Cooke style. We have selected this chess set from the Jon Crumiller chess collection. The original design is made in the King size 3.5″. This is one of the famous chess in the early 19th century and now we reproduced this design on seeing the high demand of the chess collectors. We wish to give thanks to the artisans working for our manufacturing company named Mandeep Handicrafts located in the city of Amritsar, India. They have made the exact copy of the original chess set and give the same antique look to this chess set like the original chess set. To give the antique look to this chess set no harmful chemical, Acid or Toxic has been used.
Material : Distressed Antiqued Box Wood and Pure Ebony Wood