Modified an Egyptian chess set found on Thingiverse by cutting off existing bases. Made my own pedestal base design on Tinkercad, then glued all the pieces together. Doing so allows for easily choosing different colors or materials for bases and pieces. Making the base an assembly meant no overhangs/supports were needed, and edges came out nice and clean. After scaling to 125% in my slicer, the hole in the bottom of the pedestal base is the perfect size for a stack of nickels for added weight. I also scaled the chess pieces to 125% in my slicer to match the base dimensions and my chess board square size, but you can use scaling of both base and pieces to fit whatever board you'll be using them on.
White, black, bronze
Assembled 32 pedestals with superglue. Each chess piece got a little sanding, and smoothing of any rough edges, then centered and affixed pieces on pedestals, again with superglue. Each pedestal has a cylindrical hole which was filled with a stack of nickels (also super glued in) for added weighty feel. Added felt discs to bottom of pieces for soft/smooth contact with chess board.