1851 Antique Ebonised Edition 4.4" Staunton Chess Pieces

The Official Staunton™ Chess Company

£259.35 GBP £399.00 GBP


Our best selling antique reproduction chess pieces and it is easy to see why! We have perfected the antique process and are extremely pleased with the results. Most of our customers are avid chess set collectors, we have listened and taken valuable advise and put the wheels in motion with the ultimate goal to perfect these very sought after chess pieces. 

You have many choices when it comes to buying a chess set, our advice is to take your time and study what is available; If you're looking to buy the best chess set reproduction then rest assured you will not be disappointed with our chess sets. 

A superb rendition of an antiqued classic set of chess pieces, what we believe to be one of the finest chess set patterns circa 1849-55. This magnificent set would grace any living room or office and would be the perfect gift for the statesmen, chess enthusiast or chess collector alike.



Height of Sovereign
4.4 Inch
1.90 Inch
Weight of Sovereign
100  grams
Materials Used
Antiqued Boxwood / Ebony
How many Queens?
Recommended Chessboard Square Size
2.36 Inch


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