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Mandarin Chess Set

The introduction of imperial China finally came underneath the rule of the Qin dynasty, whose king was able to unify a number of the warring powers that spread themselves across the mountains and rivers of China. The Qin dynasty took many measures that led to the progress of the Chinese people to the forefront of culture. This dynasty’s major contributions included the introduction of a written language, a regulated form of currency, and a legalist government that was able to successfully keep the tenuous peace between formerly competing city-states. It was under the Qin dynasty that construction on the Great Wall of China began, just one of the great legacies of Imperial China, the likes of which would last until the successful Communist revolution in 1919. Qing dynasty was a thing of the past, something relegated to Chinese history books by the Communist revolution. Led by Sun Yat-Sen, and Chaing Kai-shek, they in turn were defeated (or exiled to Taiwan in the case of Kai-Shek) by the current configuration of the Communist party, led for over 25 years by Mao Zedong. To this day, the Communist party governs, though more and more concessions are being made to incorporate capitalist ideas every year.

1960's Vintage Collector's Mandarin Chess Set

1960 Mandarin Chess Set
1960 Mandarin Chess Set
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1960's Vintage Collector's Mandarin Chess Set
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These type of chess set are becoming more rare over the time, make sure to own one. Manufactured by TAG of New York, N.Y. USA in the year 1960s. Chess Pieces are simulated jade and antique ivory molded plastic with approximately 5 1/2″ in king’s size; it also has felt bottoms intact. Along with the package chess board is included, the Original Board Case with a storage that can fit all the chess pieces. Chess pieces colors are white and green to determine which are who the enemy with the copies image in each piece; chess board has the same color also.

1960 Mandarin Chess Set
1960 Mandarin Chess Set
1960 Mandarin Chess Set
1960 Mandarin Chess Set
Pieces:

Pieces: 32 chess pieces, Kings size 5 1/2", sold with board.

Mandarin Chess Pieces by Berkeley - Cardinal Red

Mandarin Chess Pieces by Berkeley - Cardinal Red
9.5/10

Warring dynasties fought fierce battles over this ancient and mystical landscape for thousands of years, and their eternal pursuit of progress has secured China’s place at the forefront of global culture. This remarkable history commemorate this beautiful chess pieces that have been intricately crafted in the United Kingdom with 32 chess pieces consists of 2 Kings and 2 Queens in the package. Chess pieces are made from heavy, crushed stone resin with a touch of Palisander cream in finishing the sculpture and the Cardinal red coloring for the red color of the pieces. King chess pieces have a height of 5 inches or 12.7 cm with a base diameter of 1.25 inches or 3.18 cm, Pawns measures 2.75 inches or 6.99 cm. It usually sold with board but it will depend where you order.

Pieces:

Pieces: 32 chess pieces, chess board are depending on where you order.

Chinese Soapstone Chess Set with Wood Board

Chinese Soapstone Chess Set With Wood Board
Chinese Soapstone Chess Set with Wood Board

This chess set is originated from China, it is a Chinese Figurine chess set with 32 chess pieces and a wood board that sold in one. Chess pieces are handcraft from sandstone and inlaid board folds in the middle for carry by its hinged brass handles to create the perfect soapstone chess pieces. The king measures 4″ tall, 16 pieces for light green and 16 pieces for the dark green to identify which is the enemy during the game. Chess board is made correctly as it has a feature of portable case with 2 drawers that hold the pieces together after the game; board spaces are alternate back and variously inscribed white, with graved Asian motifs. In each of the wooden slide out drawers below, red velvet lining and stowing bands hold the pieces together, carved in dark and light green stone with a dimension of  “L X 19″D X 2.5″H when the board opens.

Chinese Soapstone Chess Set with Wood Board
7.9/10
Pieces:

Pieces: 32 chess pieces, King measure 4" tall, sold with chess board.

Chinese Warrior Chess Set

Chinese Chess Set
Chinese chess set
Chinese Warrior Chess Set
8/10

This Chinese set chess is carefully crafted to copy the image of the ancient Chinese warriors. It includes the polished wood chess board that comes in 32 pieces. It includes 1 king each side, 1 queens each side, 2 horses, 2 figures of the castle, and the rest are Chinese warriors. Alabastrite figurines that measures 13 3/4″ x 13 3/4″ x 2 1/2″ high.

Pieces:

Pieces: 32 chess pieces, sold with board.

Extra Large Antique Chinese Chess Set

Large Chinese Chess Set
Large Chinese Chess Set
Extra Large Antique Chinese Chess Set
8.1/10

 

This is an extra large antique three dimensional Chinese chess set, wooden folding chessboard Terracotta Warriors Figures Yernea. Chess pieces are polymer resin production and are very large and beautiful, it consists of a King that measures 3.5 inch or 9 cm, a Queen that measures about 3.3 inch or 8.5 cm, a Bishop that measures about 3.3 inch or 8.5 cm, Knight that measures about 2.7 inch or 7 cm, a Rook that measures for about 2.5 inch or 6.5 cm, and Pawn that measures about 2.7 inch or 7 cm that weighs for about 3.8 kg. Chess board also includes in the package, pieces are heavy and large ofcourse chess boards are too. Chess boards’ size is 17.3 inch or 44 cm in length, with a width of 16 inch or 41 cm.

Large Chinese Chess Set
Large Chinese Chess Set
Large Chinese Chess Set
Large Chinese Chess Set
Pieces:

Pieces: Made from polymer resins, sold with chess board.

Wrapping It Up

The introduction of imperial China finally came underneath the rule of the Qin dynasty, whose king was able to unify a number of the warring powers that spread themselves across the mountains and rivers of China. The Qin dynasty took many measures that led to the progress of the Chinese people to the forefront of culture. This dynasty’s major contributions included the introduction of a written language, a regulated form of currency, and a legalist government that was able to successfully keep the tenuous peace between formerly competing city-states. It was under the Qin dynasty that construction on the Great Wall of China began, just one of the great legacies of Imperial China, the likes of which would last until the successful Communist revolution in 1919. Qing dynasty was a thing of the past, something relegated to Chinese history books by the Communist revolution. Led by Sun Yat-Sen, and Chaing Kai-shek, they in turn were defeated (or exiled to Taiwan in the case of Kai-Shek) by the current configuration of the Communist party, led for over 25 years by Mao Zedong. To this day, the Communist party governs, though more and more concessions are being made to incorporate capitalist ideas every year.

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