Imperial Eminence Ebony Makassar Combination

ChessMaze UK

£495.00 

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Fine graded jet black ebony and hardwood boxwood chess pieces hand crafted by the finest artisans in the world, it's no wonder that The Imperial Eminence Ebony Makassar Combination is a favorite amongst collectors.

The carving to the regal knights is perfection and a work of true art. A large 3.75 Inch sovereign with wide base sets the scene for the ultimate battle ahead. Heavily weighted and felted chess pieces. 

Beautifully matched with the stunning 19 Inch Makassar chess board and box crafted in Sorrento, Italy. This is breath-taking combination would grace any room or work area.

 

SPECIFICATION
DETAILS KING BASE DIAMETER
Height of Sovereign
3.75 Inch
1.54 Inch
Weight of Sovereign
83  grams
 
Materials Used
Boxwood/Ebony
How many Queens?
4
Chessboard Size
19.00 Inch

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