The chess set has similarities to the Publicius set (above) in that the king, queen, bishop, knight and rook all have pedestals, upon which the king and queen have crowns. The bishop, however, has, quite possibly, a cardinal’s hat. The rook has two upward pointing curved points, not unlike the Publicius bishop. All but the knight have waisted pedestals with a central raised band. That of the knight is simply tapered from the base and is lower. Pawns taper from the base to a heart shape point at the top.