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Travel chess games

Progressively the movement of certa
in pieces is modified and, with a few details, all the really significant rules of the game (in particular the optional advance of the P, the prise en passant, the promotion and the castling) are acquired at the end of the XVth century.

From Spain, the chess scepter passed to Italy (16th and 17th centuries), then to France (18th century), Great Britain and Germany (19th and early 20th century). 

Since the Second World War, for men, it has been the almost permanent property of the Soviet Union and then of Russia, whose supremacy, over a period of sixty years, was only really broken by the American Bobby Fischer (1972-1975).

Before the Second World War, the best player in the world, Vera Menchik-Stevenson, was British. From the creation of a women's world championship in 1949 until the disappearance of the USSR, the crowned champions (L. Rudenko, E. Bykova, O. Rubtsova, N. Gaprindashvili, M. Tchibourdanitzé and their rivals, K. Zvorikina, N. Alexandria, N. Iosséliani and E. Akhmilovskaya) were all Soviets. In the following years, players of other origins, such as the Chinese Xie Jun, Zhu Chen, Xuhua, the Hungarian-American Susan Polgar, the Bulgarian Antonoeta Stefanova, would appear.

A list of famous men interested and sometimes passionate about chess would include hundreds of names. We can only quote those of whom we have very good games: J.-J. Rousseau, A. de Musset, Tolstoy, Meyrinck, Lewis Carroll, Lenin, Piatigorsky, D. Oistrakh, S. Prokofiev, M. Duchamp, V. Nabokov, John Paul II.

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Giant Wooden Dice Set

Dice are used in many games. The best known are played with 2 dice like Craps, with 3 dice like 421 or with 5 dice like Yahtzee or Yams. Reiner Knizia, a world-renowned German game designer, reports that he has found 150 different dice games, which he explains in his book Dice Games Properly. Dice were found in the Indus civilisation in 2400 BC. Dice identical to those we know today have been found, with 6 sides and 6 small holes. Generally cubic with 6 sides usually numbered from 1 to 6 and therefore the values of the opposite sides is equal to 7.

Dice have also been used as objects of divination. The Greeks claimed to be the originators of dice. According to Sophocles, the dice were invented by Palamedes, a Greek hero in Troy during the siege. Archaeologists have found dice in Troy. Ancient Greek vases also show Trojan war heroes playing dice.

However, the dice we offer are larger than usual. These giant dice will please many players, both young and old. These dice are therefore perfect as birthday presents or as gifts for a party with friends. An original wooden game gift, to learn many dice games and have hours of fun.

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Clapperboard

An unusual gift idea? An original decor idea? The cinema clapper. The clapperboard is a symbolic object of cinema. It was already used in the silent movies, and its name originates from tap dancers. Even if today the professional claps have become digital, the black wooden clapper remains associated with the cinema and has become a beautiful object of decoration.

The clap announces with its particular noise the start of the shooting. The tap is shown briefly in front of the camera at the start of each recording to identify the shots and to number the scene. These are benchmarks to facilitate the synchronization of sound and image during editing. This nice clapper is an original idea to decorate your dining room or your bedroom. You can put it on a piece of furniture or hang it on the wall. A fantastic idea to give to a movie buff or a teenager who loves science fiction or action movies.

An essential accessory to animate an event on the theme of cinema or to make your own videos. It adds a fun touch to your shots. The clapperboard is in black wood. As with a real shoot, fill in the boxes with chalk with the name of the director, the title of the film, the camera used and the number of the scene. A fun and playful gift on the occasion of a birthday.

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Chess and draughts board games

The ancestor of chess
, chaturanga ("game of four kings"), was played on 8 × 8 = 64 squares, between four opponents who each played for themselves and had a boat, a horse, an elephant, a king and four pawns. Each player took turns to play, with the roll of the dice indicating the piece to be moved and the choice of square left to the player's discretion.

A few years later, the dice (and therefore the use of chance) were removed, the players were paired up and placed their pieces side by side, and finally the direction of each game was entrusted to a single player.

Thus constituted, the game of chess will spread in three directions: in China, then in Korea and finally in Japan, where it will give birth to slightly different games; much later (13th century? ) to Russia (either through the Mongols or the Tartars, or through the Byzantine Empire), from where it will go back to Scandinavia, Germany and Scotland; and finally to Iran, where it will be brought by merchants and will take the name of shatranj: it will be adopted by the Arabs, who, after having conquered Iran, will spread the game of chess on the north coast of Africa and will introduce it in Spain.

The game then spread throughout Christendom, and Arab manuscripts were followed by European ones.



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Soy wax candle

Soy wax candle



Each candle, a gift idea weighing 200g, is meticulously designed to offer an exceptional sensory experience. Handcrafted in England from high-quality soya wax, they are presented in an elegant glass. The essential oils used in the manufacture of these candles add a touch of authenticity to each variation, each scent and offer subtle fragrances that envelop your space with a bewitching and relaxing aura.

Our range of aromatherapy candles is a delicate fusion between the art of decoration, a home gift idea, and wellness benefits. Each candle is an expression of our commitment to your comfort and satisfaction.

These hand-crafted creations stand out for the originality of their fragrances, combining the pleasure of decoration with the beneficial functionality of aromatherapy. Non-customisable, our candles are aimed at a wide range of people, from young people to grandparents, from friends to colleagues, for an original birthday gift. Our candles cater for a range of preferences and budgets, offering a rewarding experience for all.

In short, our aromatherapy candles are much more than a simple accessory, they are an invitation to create moments of relaxation, inspiration and zenitude. Treat yourself to the sensory experiences we offer, awaken your senses and discover a new world of well-being with our exquisite, soothing and varied fragrances as an original birthday gift.


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XL Playing cards

Who doesn't know the card game?

A pack of cards is made up of a number of cards illustrated on the front side, of various subjects on a particular theme and all having a different value and decorated on the back with a common theme to the game to allow for anonymity when a player holds the cards in his hand. When the cards are collected in a pile it is called a card game and is a social game: as it is most often played in society but some card games can be played as solitaire games.

Many regions have card games with their own specific traditions, practices and customs.

The varieties of card games are important: yellow dwarf, canasta, rummy, poker, jass, bridge, crapette, belotte, tarot, battle etc... These games all have different rules, which can vary from one region to another. Some games are played with 32 cards and others with 52 cards or 54 with the 2 jokers.

Some card games are dedicated to a single game and unusable outside a specific context, such as the monopoly card games ("Community Box" and "Chance") Monopoly, which elsewhere cannot be played without its two packs of cards. 

Good fun, giant playing cards for a classic yet unusual party game gift with many possibilities. To play with friends, to decorate during a party, to do magic tricks or to build a house of cards...

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Tile trivet to customise

Tile triver

Buy unusual and original kdo tiles, incomparable and unique personalized surprises, funny or unique gifts all is possible from Gifts-custopolis-gifts.com

On the other hand, tiles ("carrelages" in French and "tegels" in Dutch) can sometimes refer to similar units made from lightweight materials such as perlite, wood and mineral wool, which are generally used for applications on walls and ceilings. In another sense, a tile is a building tile or similar object, such as the rectangular chips used in games. The word comes from the French "tuile", which in turn comes from the Latin "tegula", meaning a fired clay tile.

Tiles are often used for wall and floor coverings, and can range from simple square tiles to complexes or mosaics.   Tiles are mainly ceramic, usually glazed for interiors and unglazed for roofs, but other materials are also often used, such as glass, cork, concrete and other composite materials, as well as stone. Tile stones are usually marble, onyx, granite or slate. Thinner tiles can be used for walls than for floors, which require more durable and resistant surfaces.

A tile to personalise is clever and on Gifts-custopolis.com. Personalise with a photo, a work of art, or a Mother's Day label, a Father's Day label, ... it's exclusive.



€12.90
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Coloured mug with...

The progress of human beings has been made through many small progressions in the uses and ways of acting. One of these changes is undoubtedly the way of eating and the utensils and objects used, as we have previously mentioned in our articles on other mugs. Kitchen items have evolved over time according to cultures and needs. 

The mug is one of those famous containers of our daily life that have a history and whose usefulness is no longer in question.

The mug is now tending to be rivalled by the mug, which is a large, much more fashionable cup used without a saucer. 

A mug is a large cylindrical container with a handle, used without a saucer, which looks similar to a cup and is used for drinking or measuring in Europe and Quebec, and only for drinking hot liquids in North America.

A mug can also be made of clay, glass or enamelled metal.

Its use varies from region to region and it can be decorated and personalised as desired. 

Mugs can be of different colours, quite common and simple, fluorescent, flashy etc. sometimes with interior decorations or colours in the mug which can sometimes be of very varied colours 

 

A mug has the specificity of being able to be decorated according to one's taste and wishes. They are also available in different sizes and formats.

The mug with a well-known work of art is an original mug gift, the best coffee cup that will be appreciated by all art lovers and by the general public. A useful and decorative mug gift idea. Let yourself be tempted by our mugs with a painting of a famous painter like Van Gogh, Klimt, Dali etc. A great gift idea for any occasion.

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Coloured mug with label to...

The progress of the human species has been made through many new small transformations in habits and ways of acting. One of these changes is undoubtedly the way of consuming and the instruments and objects used, as we have previously mentioned in our columns. Kitchen items have been renewed over time according to cultures and needs. 

The mug is one of those illustrious everyday objects that have a history and whose usefulness is no longer in question.

The mug is now tending to be rivalled by the mug, which is a large cup much more in tune with the times, used without a saucer. 

A mug is therefore a large cylindrical container with a handle, used without a saucer, which looks like a mug and is used for drinking or measuring in Europe and Quebec, and only for drinking hot liquids in North America.

A mug can also be made of clay, glass or enamelled metal.

Its use varies from region to region and it can be decorated and personalised as desired. 

Mugs can be of various simple colours, fluorescent, flashy etc. sometimes with a decoration or a colour inside the mug which can sometimes be very varied 

 

A mug has the specificity of being able to be decorated according to one's taste and preferences. They are also available in different sizes and formats. 

A colourful mug with a label to personalise is a nice gift for any occasion. A custom ceramic mug is a great personalised idea. It is a beautifully decorated mug enriched with your most loving words or wishes. The best coffee cup gift idea for your loved ones or to treat yourself. 

€13.90
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Coloured mug with adult...

 

The progress of the human species has been achieved through many small changes in habits and ways of acting. One of these changes is undoubtedly the way of eating and the utensils and objects used, as we have mentioned previously in our articles. Kitchen items have diversified over time according to cultures and needs. 

The mug is one of those illustrious everyday objects that have a history and whose usefulness is no longer in question.

The mug is now tending to be cannibalised by the mug, which is a large, much more fashionable cup used without a saucer. 

A mug is a large cylindrical container with a handle, used without a saucer, which looks like a mug and is used for drinking or measuring in Europe and Quebec, and only for drinking hot liquids in North America.

A mug can also be made of clay, glass or enamelled metal.

Its use varies from region to region and it can be decorated and personalised as desired. 

Mugs can be of various common colours, fluorescent, flashy etc. sometimes with patterns or colour inside the mug which can sometimes be very varied 

 

A mug has the characteristic of being able to be decorated according to one's taste and wishes. They are also available in many sizes and formats. 



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Coloured mug with...

The progressions of the human being have been made through multiple small progressions in the uses and ways of acting. One of these changes is undoubtedly the way of consuming and the utensils and objects used, as we have previously indicated in our papers on other mugs. Kitchen items have evolved over time according to cultures and needs. 

The mug is one of those famous utensils of our daily life that have a history and whose usefulness is no longer in question.

The mug is now tending to be rivalled by the mug, which is a large, much more fashionable cup used without a saucer. 

A mug is a large cylindrical container with a handle, used without a saucer, which looks like a cup and is used for drinking or measuring in Europe and Quebec, and only for drinking hot liquids in North America.

A mug can also be made of clay, glass or enamelled metal.

Its use varies from region to region and it can be decorated and personalised as desired. 

Mugs can be of different colours, quite usual and simple, fluorescent, flashy, etc. sometimes with interior patterns or another colour of your choice in the mug.

A mug has the singularity of being able to be decorated according to one's taste and wishes. They are also available in different sizes and formats. 

In the office, a coloured mug with a personalised professional label is undoubtedly a mark of your particularity, your singularity. This cool coffee mug gift will allow you to show your sympathy, your benevolence, your cordiality for a friend, a colleague, a boss. 
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White mug with label to...




History of the cup

Making a mug

1) First of all, the raw material is put into a grinder and ground into a smaller, more manageable clay powder. The clay powder is combined with quartz feldspar and water in a mixer for 15 hours. 


2) The refining process continues when the clay slurry is fed into moulding tubes and formed into clay balls which are cut into specific portions. The portion discs are placed in a disposable mould and take the shape of your cup.


3) After drying, the mug is removed from the mould by hand and is ready for the next step. Processing the applications, the mud handles are made in the same way as the body of the mug. 


4) Once the handles have dried and been removed from the mould, they are dipped into a mixture of clay and water called slip, which acts as a glue. Now it is time to work on the details.


5) A technician carefully removes any excess clay or rough edges, removing any dust or debris and giving the cup a perfectly smooth finish.


6) It is now time to give the mugs their characteristic colour and ceramic glaze. Some mugs are dipped in a single colour glaze, the edges are padded and they are ready for the next step. Other mugs need a little more Flair. For example, a specially painted rim or a different colour on the inside than on the outside. 

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