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    1. The House of Staunton (4)
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    King Height
    1. 3.25'' inch / 8.26 cm (1)
    2. 3.75'' inch / 9 53 cm (1)
    3. 4.0'' inch / 10.16 cm (2)
    4. 4.75" inch / 12.07 cm (1)
    5. 6.0'' inch / 15.24 (1)
    6. 6.1" inch / 15.49 cm (1)
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    1. The Vizagapatam Luxury Bone Chess Set - 6.1" King

      The Vizagapatam Luxury Bone Chess Set - 6.1" King

      Our Price: $695.00

      Exquisitely detailed from hand-carved Camel bone, the design of this set dates from Indian artisans of the19th century.   The King towers over the board at an immense 6.1 inches tall, yet only has a small 1.6-inch footprint,making it ideal for a wide range of boards. The unweighted pieces showcase the natural weight and beauty of bone and is sure to become the hallmark of your collection!

       

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    2. The Vizagapatam Luxury Bone Chess Set - 6.1" King

      The Vizagapatam Luxury Bone Chess Set - 6.1" King

      Our Price: $695.00

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      The House of Staunton is proud to offer the Vizagapatam Bone Chess Set!  

      Exquisitely detailed from hand-carved Camel bone, the design of this set dates from Indian artisans of the19th century.   The King towers over the board at an immense 6.1 inches tall, yet only has a small 1.6-inch footprint,making it ideal for a wide range of boards. The unweighted pieces showcase the natural weight and beauty of bone and is sure to become the hallmark of your collection!

       

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    3. The Reykjavik II Series Bone Chess Pieces - 3.75" King

      The Reykjavik II Series Bone Chess Pieces - 3.75" King

      Our Price: $695.00

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      A faithful reproduction of one of the most historically important Chess sets ever produced, the Chess set used in the legendary 1972 World Chess Championship, featuring Robert J. (Bobby) Fischer (USA) and Boris Spassky (RUS). The House of Staunton is proud to offer the Reykjavik II Series Bone Chess set. A full tournament-sized Chess set, it features a 3.75" King with a 1.5" diameter base. The Chess pieces are hand carved by our master artisans and crafted out of the highest grade Camel Bone. Learn More
    4. The Monmouth Bone Luxury Chess Pieces - 4.0" King

      The Monmouth Bone Luxury Chess Pieces - 4.0" King

      Our Price: $1,295.00

      The House of Staunton is proud to offer the finest set of bone chess pieces that we've ever produced - the Monmouth Bone Luxury Chess pieces. It features a 4.0" King with a 1.5" diameter base. The Chess pieces are hand carved by our master artisans and crafted out of the highest camel bone. The Chess pieces are naturally weighted with luxurious billiard cloth base pads and a beautiful finish. Learn More
    5. The Barleycorn Luxury Bone Chess Pieces - 4.75" King

      The Barleycorn Luxury Bone Chess Pieces - 4.75" King

      Our Price: $995.00

      The House of Staunton is proud to offer the Barleycorn Bone Chess Pieces!  

       

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    6. Calvert Bone Luxury Chess Set - 3.25" King

      Calvert Bone Luxury Chess Set - 3.25" King

      Our Price: $899.00

      This beautifully rich combination of chessmen and display case is a wonderful complement to any collection. The chessmen are faux ivory, so close to the original it would be difficult to determine the old from the new.

      This elaborate early 1800s English Playing Chess Set design, referred to in the literature as a Calvert Pattern, is derived from earlier German designs from the 15th through the 19th centuries. It is often, but wrongly, attributed to John Calvert, a Master of the Worshipful Company of Turners, located at 189 Fleet Street, from around 1790 to 1840. He specialized in exquisitely turned Chess sets in ivory for the aristocracy and in ebony/boxwood for the many coffee shops and clubs where Chess was a popular pastime.

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