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BOOK WOODEN MAGNETIC Travel Chess Set - LARGE

It features a brass clasp that holds the book securely shut. When opened, the book reveals a magnetic Chessboard and Chessmen with luxurious green foam fitted storage section. The travel chess set is 7.25'' wide x 9.25'' tall by 2.0'' thick,. The chessboard square size is 5/8 in. along with a King height of 1 in.
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Description / BOOK WOODEN MAGNETIC Travel Chess Set - LARGE

A beautiful handcrafted Book Shaped Magnetic Travel Chess Set from The House of Staunton! It is crafted from Sheesham & Maple and is the Strongest Magnetic Travel Set on the Market - You can turn the board upside down and the pieces will not move! It features a brass clasp that holds the book securely shut. When opened, the book reveals a magnetic Chessboard and Chessmen with luxurious green foam fitted storage section. The travel chess set is 7.25" wide x 9.0" tall by 2.0" thick,. The chessboard square size is 5/8 in. along with a King height of 1 in. This travel set has an overall footprint of 14.5 inches when opened flat.

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King Height 1'' inch / 2.54 cm
Square Size 0.75'' inch / 1.9 cm
Travel Set Size 9" inch x 7.25" inch
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