Which chess pieces is she using it ?

ESP-918

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ESP-918

What's the name ,  where to buy? 

ESP-918

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Pawn4Sacrifice

When your picture is big and clear enough to see the pieces, I'll take a stab at it. 

ESP-918

#4

What are you talking about

9kick9

Without a clear picture of the Knights, it looks like the International Set to me. This set is very popular in Europe.

ESP-918

 Where to buy this set?

ESP-918

You guys don't zoom the picture or something? 

cellomaster8
You’re the one asking questions. To make us do extra work is even worse lol
Pawn4Sacrifice

Thank you cellomaster8

That is exactly what my first comment implied, I guess he didn't get it ... lol

Pulpofeira

White.

informaticacobach29

https://www.chessbazaar.com/the-bridle-club-series-pieces-in-bud-rose-wood-boxwood-4-5-king.html this set looks very much alike..

ESP-918

#12 I don't think so , knight looks very different and king crown not the same.

Thx anyway for guessing.

ESP-918

#9 

If I can do all the work myself , then why I need you? 

BonTheCat

The set is very similar to the plastic Cavalier set, and seems to be variant of it. Have you checked the House of Staunton or Chess Bazaar? You might find this set there.

 

ESP-918

#15

Can't check literary can't 

cellomaster8
#14, photos on chess.com are un-scalable. What do you expect us to do?
ESP-918

#17

Very scalable if you have a rating above 1000 (IQ)

ESP-918

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BonTheCat
ESP-918 wrote:

#15

Can't check literary can't 

I'm amazed at how lazy some people are ... Google search for 'Cavalier chess set' by Pacific Games. The original (and the 'gold standard' for tournament size plastic pieces) is no longer made in the US, but there's a manufacturer in India doing them now and they're very similar to your photo ('Wodtek', I think is the term for the wood imitation plastic: http://www.chessset.com/woodtek.html). However, the set in your picture isn't exactly the same - in particularly the king has a more elaborate crown (in my personal view not a positive addition), which I've only seen on other sets (totally different models) sold by the House of Staunton. That said, all the other pieces are very similar in execution to the Cavalier set in its Wodtek iteration by the new Indian manufacturer. For your convienence, I include a photo of the original.

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