Chess I The Queen’s Gambit
I have been collecting creamers since I was in my late teens… yes I know a strange passion for a teenager but just goes to show how early the interiors bug bit. I had been sketching them with a vague notion of using the illustrations for a design. I even had in mind a black and white grid background. And then I binge watched the fantastic The Queen’s Gambit and fell for Beth Harmon as she forged her way in the male dominated world of chess. What could be better than to use the creamers as chess pieces… the pitcher makes the perfect pawn… and to create the openings mentioned in the show?
First, of course, you need to set up the board. And then open… with the Queen’s Gambit, the starting position for which is reached after 1.d4 d5 2.c4. Black accepts the gambit by capturing the c4-pawn with 2… dxc4, and declines it by playing 2… e6. (Chess notations from Chess.com – any errors are mine!)
Chess is the second in a series of designs exploring Line & Grid.
Material: 100% Irish Linen
Size: 60 x 30 cm
Finish: plain, with hidden zip
Care: dry clean only – click here for more information on caring for your linen
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