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Rosewood and Satinwood Chess Box Board with Chinese Ivory Export Chess Set. The two white knights are painted red nights to make up the set.

This painting is acrylic and oil on gallery-profile canvas wired and ready to hang.The Lewis Chessmen - King by Brian Nash Painting 36.0 x 36.0 :: The Lewis chessman are a group of chess pieces hand carved from walrus ivory.They were carved in the 12th century and are house in the British Museum.Dion goes on to say, that when she was in 5As a teenager she loved to do modeling and acting and in 1984 her friend describes her as a “diva.” Dion doesn’t date white guys and is attracted to bad boys, “hustlers and dealers.” She and her friends used to say that white guys smelled like “wet dogs.” Dion gets a job at an Italian Restaurant where older, white men (wise guys) would give her tips for doing nothing. One day in 1995, Dion says, a beautiful, suave man walks into the restaurant, Angelo Nicosia.Suddenly, her opinion on white guys, needs to be reevaluated.

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:: Type: Painting Medium: Acrylic Style: Pop-Art Subject: Sports & Recreation Tags: An Indian Export Ivory Chess Set, circa 1830 one side stained red, the other side left natural, kings with pierced tops and foliate spray finials, queens with pierced crowns and lotus bud finials, bishops with mitres, knights as horses' heads, rooks as slender turrets with spire finials, pawns with slender baluster knops King: 7.9cm high Pawn: 4.2cm high Stock Reference: VS 1463The English ivory chess set in the ‘Washington’ pattern, one side stained red, the other side remaining natural, the kings with “cogged” crowns and the queens with ball knops, the bishops with cleft mitres and tapering columns, the knights as arched horses’ heads, rooks as turrets with reeded tapering spires and raised on knopped columns, and the pawns with ball finials, the set suriving from the first quarter of the nineteenth century.

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