Chess Pieces Keychain Set (17 Pieces)

Each Chess Keychain Set comes with 17 pieces, includes extra queen, (half the board) and are fitted with a chain through a hole in the piece.

$6.95

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Keychain Colored Chess Pieces - Black
Keychain Colored Chess Pieces - White
Keychain Colored Chess Pieces - Red
Keychain Colored Chess Pieces - Green
Keychain Colored Chess Pieces - Blue
Keychain Colored Chess Pieces - Yellow
Keychain Colored Chess Pieces - Pink
Keychain Colored Chess Pieces - Purple
Keychain Colored Chess Pieces - Gold
Keychain Colored Chess Pieces - Silver
Keychain Colored Chess Pieces - Neon Green
Keychain Colored Chess Pieces - Forest Green
Keychain Colored Chess Pieces - Navy Blue
Keychain Colored Chess Pieces - Orange
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Product Description

Each Chess Keychain Set comes with 17 pieces, includes extra queen, (half the board) and are fitted with a chain through a hole in the piece.  King size is a standard 3-3/4" height.
 
Kids love these for their keys or to attach to their chess bags or backpack straps to show their love of chess. These key chains are perfect for give-a-ways and prizes.
 
Colors may vary slightly from batch to batch. Individual pieces and/or mixed sets are not available.

  • 17 keychain chess pieces
  • Each piece fitted with a 4" chain
  • 3-3/4" King

 

Product Specifications
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ISBN Does not apply
Weighting Single Weighted
King Height 3.75'' inch / 9.53 cm
King Base Diameter 1.5'' inch / 3.81 cm
Total Number of Pieces 17 Chess Pieces (With 1 Additional Queen)
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