The House Of Staunton

The House Of Staunton

World Class Chess Products

Introducing The Anderssen Dropjaw Series Luxury Chess Pieces (3″ King) from the Library Collection A reproduction of the antique Jaques Anderssen Drop-Jaw Library-size Chessmen, circa 1862, created by noted Staunton authority, Frank Camaratta. This style was produced by Jaques between 1856 and 1864. The chessmen are Boxwood and Ebony, weighted and rest atop green baize […]

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Introducing The Zukertort Series Luxury Chess Pieces (2.875″ King) from the Library Collection Offered here is a reproduction of the Jaques Zukertort Style Staunton Chessmen, created by noted Staunton authority, Frank Camaratta. It is an exact rendition of the Zukertort Style Staunton Chessmen as they appeared in 1875. An image comparing the original with our reproduction is shown here. The […]

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Introducing The Steinitz Series Luxury Chess Pieces (3.5″) from the Timeless Collection Offered here is a set of Reproduction Jaques Steinitz Chessmen, Boxwood and Ebony, weighted. The Jaques Steinitz-style Chessmen were originally produced between 1865 and 1870. This faithful reproduction was recreated by noted chess Historian, Frank Camaratta. The Kingside Rooks and Knights are marked on […]

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Experiencing Failure Yes, your first-time-chess-club-going-beginner-level kindergartner will be ready for tournaments much sooner than you think. Not only do these little tykes play in tournaments, they win! So why should you bother going to chess tournaments anyway? To experience failure. Of course, that doesn’t sound very encouraging and only a handful of kids at each […]

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