Battle of the Chateauguay Chess Set

The Battle of the Chateauguay was an engagement of the War of 1812. On 26 October 1813, a combined British and Canadian force consisting of 1,530 regulars, volunteers, militia and Native Americans from Lower Canada, commanded by Charles de Salaberry, repelled an American force of about 2,600 regulars which was attempting to invade Lower Canada and ultimately attack Montreal.

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The Battle of the Chateauguay was an engagement of the War of 1812. On 26 October 1813, a combined British and Canadian force consisting of 1,530 regulars, volunteers, militia and Native Americans from Lower Canada, commanded by Charles de Salaberry, repelled an American force of about 2,600 regulars which was attempting to invade Lower Canada and ultimately attack Montreal.

The Artisans

Rose and Martial Pépin are a charming retired couple who have been making chess sets entirely by hand since 2006. Their products are exclusive to our store. All the pieces are meticulously casted and hand painted. These chess games require between 3 and 4 weeks of work each.

- Made in Quebec, in Melocheville 
- Composition: pewter alloy 
- Board available as an option made of Canadian granite
- Board available as an option made of maple

*Note that since the pieces are handmade, each piece is unique. The pieces received may vary slightly from the photos presented

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