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Macassar Ebony & Bird's Eye Maple Signature Traditional Chess Board

Crafted in Italy, the House of Staunton Signature Traditional wooden Chessboard features a recessed playing surface, with Macassar Ebony (dark) and Bird's Eye Maple (light) squares with a raised Macassar Ebony frame. This Chess board has a satin finish.

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Crafted in Italy, the House of Staunton Signature Traditional wooden Chessboard features a recessed playing surface, with Macassar Ebony (dark) and Bird's Eye Maple (light) squares with a raised Macassar Ebony frame. This Chess board has a satin finish.

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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

ISBN Does not apply
DGT eBoard Compatible No
Board Finish Satin
Material(s) Bird's Eye Maple, Macassar Ebony
Available in Square Sizes 2.5'' inch / 6.4 cm
Chess Board Footprint 24.75" x 24.75" inches
Recommended Carrying Bag Size 26" Chess board Carrying Bag
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