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Fine English Ornamental Chess Set, circa 1840

Fine English Ornamental Chess Set, circa 1840

Fine English Ornamental Chess Set, circa 1840

Fine English Ornamental Chess Set, circa 1840

ASIAN FOR THE ENGLISH MARKET TURNED AND CARVED IVORY CHESS SET, 19TH CENTURY one side stained red, each piece with fine foliate scrolllwork base, the kings and queens with Imperial State Crown of Great Britain, bishops with split miter, knights with horse heads and rooks as turrets, height 4" - 10.2 cm

ASIAN FOR THE ENGLISH MARKET TURNED AND CARVED IVORY CHESS SET, 19TH CENTURY one side stained red, each piece with fine foliate scrolllwork base, the kings and queens with Imperial State Crown of Great Britain, bishops with split miter, knights with horse heads and rooks as turrets, height 4" - 10.2 cm

A high-class English antique chess set, probably 2H 19th century. Sets such as this were produced by the top manufacturers.:

A high-class English antique chess set, probably century. Sets such as this were produced by the top manufacturers.

Old English pattern set circa 1810 onwards. Antique English Chess Sets, 1750 – 1850

Old English pattern set circa 1810 onwards.

AN ENGLISH TURNED IVORY CHESS SET PROBABLY BY CALVERT, SECOND QUARTER 19TH CENTURY One side stained red, the other natural, the kings with Maltese crosses and the queens with feather finials, bishops with open mitres, knights as horses' heads and rooks as turrets The king - 3¾ in. (9.5 cm.) high; the pawn -- 1 5/8 in. (4 cm.) high GBP4375 against a pae of 12-18

AN ENGLISH TURNED IVORY CHESS SET PROBABLY BY CALVERT, SECOND QUARTER 19TH CENTURY One side stained red, the other natural, the kings with Maltese crosses and the queens with feather finials, bishops with open mitres, knights as horses' heads and rooks as turrets The king - 3¾ in. (9.5 cm.) high; the pawn -- 1 5/8 in. (4 cm.) high GBP4375 against a pae of 12-18

St. George (circa 1830 onwards) Antique English Chess Sets, 1750 – 1850

St. George (circa 1830 onwards) Antique English Chess Sets, 1750 – 1850

The Dublin pattern were marketed by Jaques, the style of these sets does vary quite a bit from set to set so I think there was more than one manufacturer. Again being another nice design produced in relative small numbers makes these very collectable today compared to a more common pattern like St. George.

The Dublin pattern were marketed by Jaques, the style of these sets does vary quite a bit from set to set so I think there was more than one manufacturer. Again being another nice design produced in relative small numbers makes these very collectable today compared to a more common pattern like St. George.

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