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BRDWSTD-GG

Greenwood and Bird's Eye Maple Standard Traditional Chess Board - Gloss Finish

Crafted in Spain, the House of Staunton Standard Traditional Greenwood / Bird's Eye Maple Wooden Chessboard - Gloss Finish features Greenwood (dark) and Bird's Eye Maple (light) squares with a Greenwood frame. This veneered Chessboard is 0.5'' thick and has a gloss finish.

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Greenwood and Bird's Eye Maple Standard Traditional Chess Board - Gloss Finish
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    Crafted in Spain, the House of Staunton Standard Traditional Greenwood / Bird's Eye Maple Wooden Chessboard - Gloss Finish features Greenwood (dark) and Bird's Eye Maple (light) squares with a Greenwood frame. This veneered Chessboard is 0.5" thick and has a gloss finish.


    2.25" Squares have a board dimension of 22.5" x 22.5"


    2.375" Squares have a board dimension of 23.75" x 23.75"


    2.5" Squares have a board dimension of 23.75" x 23.75"


    2.75" Squares have a board dimension of 23.75" x 23.75"

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    DGT eBoard Compatible No
    Board Finish Gloss
    Folding Board No
    Available in Square Sizes 2.25'' inch / 5.7 cm, 2.375'' inch / 6.0 cm, 2.5'' inch / 6.4 cm, 2.75'' inch / 7.0 cm
    Square Size Varies
    Chess Board Height 0.5" inches
    Chess Board Footprint Varies
    Recommended Carrying Bag Size 24" Chess board Carrying Bag
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