Walnut Classic Ebonised Chess Set




Classic Staunton wood chess set. It is not only a striking set, but is a bargain for the price.
The king stands 3 inches tall.  The knight has the traditional raised head--ears perked, teeth bared and nostrils flared--ready to do battle!

The dark side of this set is made from ebonised hardwood. The light pieces are made of Boxwood hardwood. The pieces all have felt bottoms. Typical to fine wood, the grain and color may vary slightly from piece to piece. Treat them as you would fine furniture. Avoid leaving them in direct sunlight and store them in a humidity stable area.

Chessmen supplied in a standard mahogany stained wooden box

This walnut chess board has been expertly crafted using walnut and maple veneers. It has clean and crisp inlaid squares a robust chess board that will provide years if not decades of use.

Board Dimensions
16.75 x 16.75 x 0.6 inches
Width of Playing Squares 1.75 inches 

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