Product Code:
IMP-BRD-2001

IMPERFECT - Tiger Ebony & Bird's Eye Maple Custom Contemporary II Chess Board - 2.5" Squares

Crafted in Italy, the House of Staunton Custom Contemporary II wooden Chess board features Tiger Ebony (dark) and Bird's Eye Maple (light) squares with a Tiger Ebony angled frame. This Chess board has a satin finish.
Special Price $416.50 Regular Price $595.00

ALL SALES FINAL! NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGES!

SORRY, NO COUPONS ALLOWED FOR THIS ITEM!

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Product Description

For your purchasing consideration....

Crafted in Italy, the House of Staunton Custom Contemporary II wooden Chess board features Tiger Ebony (dark) and Bird's Eye Maple (light) squares with a Tiger Ebony angled frame. This Chess board has a satin finish.

 

What is an imperfect item?

Imperfect consists of items that are deemed below the House of Staunton's already high quality standards.  Because these products do not meet or exceed our inspection standards, we are able to pass enormous savings to you!

 

The inspection report for this board details the following defects:

  • One of the corners has some light damage (As seen in photographs).
  • There may be other minor imperfections not pictured.

 

What is the value of this item?

If this item were in perfect condition, it would retail for $595.00.

 

THIS ITEM IS AVAILABLE ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE BASIS... ONCE IT HAS BEEN SOLD, IT WILL BE GONE FOREVER SO ACT FAST!


**NOTE** Because this an imperfect item, all sales are final. No refunds, returns or exchanges are allowed****

Product Specifications
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ISBN Does not apply
Board Finish Satin
Material(s) Bird's Eye Maple, Tiger Ebony
Available in Square Sizes 2.5'' inch / 6.4 cm
Square Size 2.5'' inch / 6.4 cm
Chess Board Height 1 3/16"
Chess Board Footprint 25" x 25"
Warranty

This item does not come with a warranty.

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