Staunton Wood Chess Set

Howard Staunton (1810-1874) was a famous british chess champion. A Staunton Wood Chess Set has a particular type of chess pieces named after him. These Sets are used in international tournaments.

Staunton wood chess set

Create an heirloom and start a new tradition! Unlike other gifts, a chess set will last for years, and can be passed along from generation to generation. This is an elegant 19" English chess set, including a Walnut root board with rounded corners, and Sheesham/Kari wood, hand polished, hand carved pieces. This set is so gorgeous, it is recommended to leave out as a centerpiece on your coffee table! Beautiful craftsmanship!Specifications:Board size: 19" with 2" squares.King size: 3 1/2" tall, 1 5/8" bases.

19" English Staunton Chess Set

If you like you can get a Wooden Chess Board with coordinates as this is rare with most wood chessboards. You can have chess notation coordinates along all four sides. This is helpful especially if you want to equip your class or club with wooden chess boards instead of vinyl chessboards.

You will find all you need at the chess store below.

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You also find fine Wooden Chess Sets here

You find a large collection of fine Staunton wood chess sets at this online store below. They offer old classic designs and new contemporary designs that take Staunton to a new level. They use high quality wood like African Padauk, boxwood, ebony, golden rosewood, and rosewood. Chess sets are heavily weighted, have green baize pads, and include spare queens. Prices start as low as $29.95 and go up to $4999.95.

Great Returns Policy of 30 days

If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, you may return it within 30 days of the ship date with no restocking fee!

This is definately a great chess set store, check it out yourself.

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