Named after Timur the Lame
The Tamerlane Chess Set is a unique and intricate chess set that is inspired by the rich cultural heritage of ancient Persia and Central Asia. This chess set is named after the legendary Mongol conqueror, Timur the Lame, also known as Tamerlane, who ruled over a vast empire in the 14th century. The pieces in this set are intricately designed and crafted, with a focus on historical accuracy and intricate details that reflect the rich cultural heritage of the era.
Historically accurate chess pieces
The pieces are designed to reflect the look and feel of the chess sets that were used in the region during the time of Tamerlane. This means that the pieces are designed to reflect the cultural and architectural styles of the time, including intricate details such as carvings, patterns, and symbols that are representative of the cultural heritage of the region.
One of the most striking features of the Tamerlane Chess Set are the elephant pieces, which are designed to resemble the elephants that were commonly used in medieval warfare in the region. These pieces are carved from ivory, and feature intricate details such as tusks, trunks, and even intricate patterns on their bodies.
High quality materials
The chess pieces in the Tamerlane Chess Set are made from high-quality materials such as wood, ivory, and metal, and are designed to evoke the look and feel of ancient Persian and Central Asian chess sets. The pieces are detailed and feature intricate carvings, including intricate designs on the bodies of the pieces, as well as intricate patterns and symbols on the bases of each piece.