Crafted in Spain, the House of Staunton Standard Traditional Bird's Eye Maple / Greenwood Wooden Chessboard - Satin Finish features Greenwood (dark) and Bird's Eye Maple (light) squares with a Bird's Eye maple frame. This veneered Chessboard is 0.5" thick and has a satin finish.
Bird's Eye Maple and Greenwood Standard Traditional Chessboard
Crafted in Spain, the House of Staunton Standard Traditional Striped Ebony / Bird's Eye Maple wooden Chessboard features Striped Ebony (dark) and Bird's Eye Maple (light) squares with a Striped Ebony frame. This veneered Chessboard is 0.5" thick, has a satin finish and a beautiful moulded edge.
Striped Ebony and Bird's Eye Maple Standard Traditional Chessboard
Crafted in the United Kingdom, the House of Staunton Superior Traditional wooden Chessboard features Rosewood (dark) and Sycamore (light) squares with a Mahogany frame. This solid wood Chessboard is nearly 1.0" thick, has a satin finish and a beautiful recessed playing surface.
Rosewood and Sycamore Superior Traditional Chessboard
Browse the unmatched selection of beautiful chess boards offered. There are a variety of types of chessboards to choose from, including paper, vinyl and a selection of various wood finished boards. Whether you are looking for a simple vinyl board, or an elegant and luxurious wooden board, you are sure to find the one that suites your style at The House of Staunton. There are options to choose from to accommodate all budget types, whether yours is cheap or expensive. Are you a beginner chess player, or have you been playing for years and want to invest in a nice chessboard that will last? If you don’t want a wooden board to play chess on, try one of the mouse pad boards. These boards are a great novelty item to keep at your desk at work or at home.. The most affordable options to choose from are the paper boards, mousepad boards, and vinyl chess boards. These boards are inexpensive and portable because they can be rolled up and taken anywhere, and are perfect for a beginner chess player, or for someone who is hosting an informal chess tournament. The higher-end wooden boards are more for advanced chess players who want to invest in a quality board that will last, or for a chess collector that doesn’t mind paying more for a wooden chess board.