Geometric Crystal Ornament Chess Game Set Decor
Are you a fans of “Queen’s Gambit”, "Beth Harmon" and just searched for “how to play chess” in google? Herewith the best chess set for you to grab the trend and display it as a modern unique home decor.
We hesitated to call this an ornament, these beautiful chess pieces and table are intricately designed with clear crystal. Clear quartz is naturally resistant to negative energy. They will never lose that sparkling clarity even if they're knocked over. This hand crafted set is the perfect ornament for any home looking for some somber style - and well made games are a plus since you'll never have any questions about quality!
History of Queen's Gambit (Sourced from Wiki)
The Queen's Gambit is one of the oldest known chess openings. It was mentioned in the Göttingen manuscript of 1490 and was later analyzed by Gioachino Greco in the 17th century. In the 18th century, it was recommended by Philipp Stamma and is sometimes known as the Aleppo Gambit in his honor.During the early period of modern chess, queen pawn openings were not in fashion, and the Queen's Gambit did not become commonplace until the 1873 tournament in Vienna.
As Wilhelm Steinitz and Siegbert Tarrasch developed chess theory and increased the appreciation of positional play, the Queen's Gambit grew more popular, reaching its zenith in the 1920s and 1930s, and it was played in all but 2 of 34 games in the 1927 World Championship match between José Raúl Capablanca and Alexander Alekhine.
After the resumption of international chess activity following World War II, it was less frequently seen, as many players moved away from symmetrical openings, tending to use Indian Defences to combat queen pawn openings; however, it is still frequently played.
Size: 370 x 370 x 100mm