The Camaratta Signature Master Chess Table
Designed by the "Maestro", Frank A. Camaratta, Jr.Product Code: TBLMASTER
A handsome wooden game table, perfectly proportioned, which was designed by chess players with the serious competitor in mind. The table is Transitional in design and will blend with almost any decor. Special care has been taken to design a stable game table with the perfect proportions for Chess. There is room for a chess clock, score pad, captured chessmen, and your favorite beverage.
No other chess table currently on the market is designed to provide the space needed to actually play a serious game of chess!
The table was designed to accommodate tournament-sized Staunton chessmen with King heights between 3.625" and 4.4". The square size of 2.375" inches was specifically chosen to allow it to work well with virtually all sets of chess pieces, from tournament-sized (3.75") to club-sized (4.4").
Specifications: The table is crafted from the finest Mahogany and stands 30" tall with a playing surface measuring 34" long with 28" between the players. The playing field is 19" square. The top features 2-3/8" squares of Rosewood and Curly Maple. There is a single drawer, 15" long and 2" deep, for storage of the chessmen as well as other items.
White Squares: Curly Maple
Dark Squares: Rosewood
Logo: Both the House of Staunton and Camaratta Signature Logos are stamped inside the drawer, to denote this as a House of Staunton-product without detracting from its aesthetic beauty.
Some Assembly Required - No Additional Tools Needed
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(Posted on 10/28/2017)