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The Imperial Collector Paperweight - Blood Rosewood - KNIGHT- 6" Tall

Organize your workspace or create a striking conversation piece with the Imperial Collector paperweights! The exquisite design of the Imperial Collector series has been supersized, with the Knight standing an immense six inches high and heavily weighted.

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Description / The Imperial Collector Paperweight - Blood Rosewood - KNIGHT- 6" Tall

Organize your workspace or create a striking conversation piece with the Imperial Collector paperweights! The exquisite design of the Imperial Collector series has been supersized, with the Knight standing an immense six inches high and heavily weighted.

 Please Note: These are sold as individual pieces only.

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 About the Imperial Collector chess Piece:

 "The Maestro has improved upon perfection by combining our legendary Collector Series Chessmen with the Imperial Knight, without a doubt one of the most finest Knight designs ever produced." 

To pamper you, The House of Staunton is proud to offer the Imperial Collector Series Luxury Chess Paperweight. It features a 6.0" Knight with a 2.625"diameter base. This Chess piece is hand carved by our master artisans and crafted out of the highest grade woods. The Paperweight is heavily weighted with a luxurious billiard cloth base pad and a beautiful finish. This is one of the finest Knights ever to grace the 64 square battlefield and now your papers! 

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Material(s) Blood Rosewood
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