Victor Keats, The illustrated Guide to World Chess Sets, Batsford Ltd. 1985, pp. 112-113, pl.136 & 137.
Michael Mark, Chessmen Practical and Ornamental, exhibition catalogue published by Asprey and Chess Collectors International, May 1986, cf. Fig. 16.
Mark mentions that comparable sets of this style were evidently made in Dieppe in the 18th and 19th centuries.
A related chess set was sold by Chritie's, South Kensington, The Allen Hofrichter Collection of Chess Sets, 20 September 2000, lot 125.