20 September 2000,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 881
GBP 300 - GBP 500
A Burmese carved stained wood figural chess set
Late 19th century
One side red, the other black, the king and queen both as seated figures with daggers, the bishops as stylised juggernaut waggons, the pawns as seated warriors
King -- 3½in. (8.9cm.); pawn -- 21/8in. (5.4cm.) high
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Alex Hammond, The Book of Chessmen, Arthur Barker Ltd, 1950, page 109, plate IX, illustrates a very similar set.
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