A luxurious piece of art, designed by the renowned artist Bernard Maquin, speaks the language of the exotic east through the tones of ancient damascene ornaments.
Traditionally, Backgammon was believed to have originated in ancient Mesopotamian (present-day Iraqi), the artist took us into the world of "The Thousand and One Nights" by retrieving his inspiration and muse from geometric patterns of eastern art and architecture, especially created for "The Charles Hollander Collection". In order to obtain the dazzling effect, we used 61,082 black, white, and yellow diamonds. The game is set with a total of 2071.48 carats diamonds. To bring this exquisite set to completion, the checkers were also set with 2960 white diamonds. The diamonds, together with over 6.77kg yellow gold, 150 gram silver and more than 10,000 hours of labor, resulting into this modern magnificent piece of art.