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Draughts game composed of a printed card chessboard plus 24 two-tone card pieces. The folding board reproduces a detail of the flowery meadow from Botticelli's "Primavera", computer processed to achieve the alternation of dark and pale squares. The game's pieces are obtained by raising the "leaves" of the 2-dimensional 4-leaf clover-shaped cards so as to have 12 dark and 12 light artificial flowers. Designed by Alessandro Loschiavo and Samantha Acciuffi for Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence.
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Draughts game composed of a printed card chessboard plus 24 two-tone card pieces. The folding board reproduces a detail of the flowery meadow from Botticelli's "Primavera", computer processed to achieve the alternation of dark and pale squares. The game's pieces are obtained by raising the "leaves" of the 2-dimensional 4-leaf clover-shaped cards so as to have 12 dark and 12 light artificial flowers. Designed by Alessandro Loschiavo and Samantha Acciuffi for Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence.

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Draughts game composed of a printed card chessboard plus 24 two-tone card pieces. The folding board reproduces a detail of the flowery meadow from Botticelli's "Primavera", computer processed to achieve the alternation of dark and pale squares. The game's pieces are obtained by raising the "leaves" of the 2-dimensional 4-leaf clover-shaped cards so as to have 12 dark and 12 light artificial flowers. Designed by Alessandro Loschiavo and Samantha Acciuffi for Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence.

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Draughts game composed of a printed card chessboard plus 24 two-tone card pieces. The folding board reproduces a detail of the flowery meadow from Botticelli's "Primavera", computer processed to achieve the alternation of dark and pale squares. The game's pieces are obtained by raising the "leaves" of the 2-dimensional 4-leaf clover-shaped cards so as to have 12 dark and 12 light artificial flowers. Designed by Alessandro Loschiavo and Samantha Acciuffi for Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence.

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