RC Supreme Ebony Chess Set with Burl Wood Case


Official Staunton™ Chess Company

£299.95 GBP 

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A very traditional chess set combination of our classic Staunton design Supreme series chessmen in solid ebony and boxwood with our luxurious deep rosewood and black anegre chess board finished in a high gloss lacquer. The Supreme chess pieces are superbly proportioned and nicely weighted for their size. Hand turned and naturally polished ebony, these pieces display some of the classic characteristics of the original Staunton design but have more contemporary lines and curves that bring them to life. 

In all, a classic chess set that oozes quality and value. 

This chess set includes a beautiful burl wood veneer chess case which has two black felt lined compartments.

 

Product Specifications

King Height:  3.5 inches (8.89 cm)
King Base Diameter:  1.7 inches (4.32 cm)
King Weight:  59.9 grams
Pawn Height:  1.8 inches (4.57 cm)
Pawn Weight:  21 grams
Pawn Base Diameter:  1.2 inches (3.05 cm)
Weight:  3.5 kg
Materials:  Rosewood, Boxwood, Ebony, Maple
Number of Queens:  4 
Board Size:  17.75 inches (45.09 cm)
Board Thickness:  0.6 inches (1.52 cm)
Square Size:  1.75 inches (4.45 cm)

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