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Sir Lancelott Set (All Sold)
King Arthur Chess Set (The last set)
Mark Anthony Chess Set (All Sold)
Sea Horse Chess Set (Last one)
Gallant Chess Set
All 5 Chess Sets (All Sold)

Welcome to Natraja

If you have not grabed a collectors’ set, they are all sold. One dealer in Finland has purchased the last few.

If you still like to see if there is one for you, please send an email, we sahll send this request of our dealer in Finland.

 


Stock
Price
King Arthur
Ebony/Boxwood
0
£995.00
Rosewood/Boxwood
1
£1,095.00
Sir Lancelot
Ebony/Boxwood
0
£895.00
Sir Lancelot
Rosewood/Boxwood
0
£995.00
Sea Horse
Ebony/Boxwood
0
£545.00
Rosewood/Boxwood
1
£695.00
Ebony/Boxwood
1
£495.00
Rosewood/Boxwood
1
£595.00
Ebony/Boxwood
1
£495.00
Rosewood/Boxwood
1
£595.00
All 5 sets
Ebony/Boxwood
0
£ 3500.00
All 5 sets
Rosewood/Boxwood
0
£ 4000.00

Recent Blog Posts

 Throughout the history of chess, which is believed to have started in 6th century India as a game called chaturanga, the game has always been about the well being of the king. Purpose of the game is to capture the enemy king. Chess is often considered a “royal” game: a game of kings and queens.
 Since chess is a “royal” game, it seems only logical that king and queen start out a chess game side by side, right in the center of their army. But where the king will hide in a corner, at least in the earlier phases of the game, the queen is ready to come out right away and create havoc and destruction in the enemy forces.
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