4.5 Inch Empire Series Padauk Ebony Pieces and Chessboard


Official Staunton™ Chess Company

£356.85 GBP £549.00 GBP

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THE EMPIRE SERIES CHESS PIECES & BOARD

Quite simply stunning! and new for our Autumn catalogue, this beautifully hand carved and turned chess set will be the envy of your friends and chess collectors alike! Featuring a unicorn like Knight taking centre stage with its remarkable hand-carved embellishments, a serious contender as the main display and play set in your living room or at the office. 

 

King height of 4.5 Inch

Base Diameter 1.875 Inch 

Heavily weighted pieces in hardwoods of Boxwood and Rosewood

 

A Stunning centrepiece and the perfect platform to host your army of chessmen. This chessboard features a stunning ebony and maple swatch with solid and stable mdf core ensuring no warping or splitting, will last generations: which is sure to brighten up your room as well as your chess games!  A fully lined underside ensures no placement will scratch its surface. This board is suitable for many variations of chess pieces with at least a 3.75 Inch king. 

22 Inch Size - 2.48 Inch Squares

57cm Size  - 63mm squares 

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