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Indian Rosewood and Bird's Eye Maple Folding Standard Traditional Chess Board

Crafted in Spain, the House of Staunton Folding Standard Traditional wooden Chess board features Rosewood (dark) and Bird's Eye Maple (light) squares with a Rosewood frame. This veneered wood Chessboard is 0.5'' thick, has a satin finish and durable metal hinges that allows the Chess board to fold horizontally for easier storage and transport.

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Description / Indian Rosewood and Bird's Eye Maple Folding Standard Traditional Chess Board

Crafted in Spain, the House of Staunton Folding Standard Traditional wooden Chess board features Rosewood (dark) and Bird's Eye Maple (light) squares with a Rosewood frame. This veneered wood Chessboard is 0.5" thick, has a satin finish and durable metal hinges that allows the Chess board to fold horizontally for easier storage and transport.

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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

Board Finish Satin
Folding Board Yes
Square Size Varies
Chess Board Height 0.5" inches
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