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A FATIMID ROCK CRYSTAL CHESS PIECE, EGYPT, 11TH CENTURY carved with deep bevel-cut foliate designs and incised dash details 4cm. height.

A FATIMID ROCK CRYSTAL CHESS PIECE, EGYPT, 11TH CENTURY carved with deep bevel-cut foliate designs and incised dash details 4cm. height.

Chess piece, king    Object Name:      Chess piece, king  Date:      9th–12th century  Geography:      Iran, Nishapur  Medium:      Ivory; carved

Chess piece, king Object Name: Chess piece, king Date: 9th–12th century Geography: Iran, Nishapur Medium: Ivory; carved

Chess-piece; ivory; king seated on throne; wears mantle fastened at neck, originally held horn to lips with right hand, broken off; man-at-arms to each side; dog before king. Museum number 1856,0612.2 14thC-15thC  Made in: Scandinavia (?), carved ivory Height: 72mm Width: 65mm

Chess-piece; ivory; king seated on throne; wears mantle fastened at neck, originally held horn to lips with right hand, broken off; man-at-arms to each side; dog before king. Museum number 1856,0612.2 14thC-15thC Made in: Scandinavia (?), carved ivory Height: 72mm Width: 65mm

itle/name : Chess piece Author : Al-Andalus, Spain Date / period :    Tenth to eleventh centuries Materials and techniques : Ivory Conservation town : Washington D.C. Conservation place : Dumbarton Oak

itle/name : Chess piece Author : Al-Andalus, Spain Date / period : Tenth to eleventh centuries Materials and techniques : Ivory Conservation town : Washington D.C. Conservation place : Dumbarton Oak

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