Rare Selenus Biedermeier Chess Set, circa 1830
An Interesting ‘Selenus’ Chess Set, Germany or Central Europe, circa 1830
in polished bone, one side stained black or a very dark brown, kings with pierced double galleries, queens with pierced single galleries, bishops with cogged finials, knights with unusual horse finials, rooks as slender turrets, pawns with baluster knops
King: 11.5cm high
Pawn: 4.8cm high
Stock Reference: MJ 1535
A Note From Luke
Rare Selenus Pattern antique chess set with distinctive horse knight. The Selenus pattern was the major pattern in use in Central Europe during the Beidermeier period (1815-1848). This set has an unusual knight, showing the main body of a horse, rather than the usual horse's head.
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