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The House of Staunton *NEW* Fitted Coffer Chess Box - Mahogany

The House of Staunton Fitted Coffer in splendid Mahogany provides the highest level of protection for your chessmen. Unlike traditional chess boxes, where the chess pieces are stacked on top of each other while not in use, the large Fitted Coffer provides each of the chess pieces their own individual storage compartment. It features brass quadrant hinges, two removable trays and a lock and key with tassel. Available with or without The House of Staunton Logo laser engraved on the lid. This item can also be personalized for gift giving.
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Description / The House of Staunton *NEW* Fitted Coffer Chess Box - Mahogany

The House of Staunton Fitted Coffer in splendid Mahogany provides the highest level of protection for your chessmen. Unlike traditional chess boxes, where the chess pieces are stacked on top of each other while not in use, the large Fitted Coffer provides each of the chess pieces their own individual storage compartment. It features brass quadrant hinges, two removable trays and a lock and key with tassel. Available with or without The House of Staunton Logo laser engraved on the lid. This item can also be personalized for gift giving.

 

The maximum King height is 4.4".

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Box Dimensions 16.5” x 10.5” x 6.5
Fits King Height Up To 4.4" - Including 2 Additional Queens
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