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Tiger Ebony and Maple Classic Traditional Chess Board

The House of Staunton Classic Traditional Tiger Ebony / Maple wooden Chess Board features Tiger Ebony (dark) and Maple (light) squares with a Tiger Ebony frame. This veneered Chess Board is 0.5" thick, features a delimiter separating the frame and the squares and has a satin finish.

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Description / Tiger Ebony and Maple Classic Traditional Chess Board

The House of Staunton Classic Traditional Tiger Ebony / Maple wooden Chess Board features Tiger Ebony (dark) and Maple (light) squares with a Tiger Ebony frame. This veneered Chess Board is 0.5" thick, features a delimiter separating the frame and the squares and has a satin finish.

 

2.25" Squares have a board dimension of 22.5" x 22.5"


2.5" Squares have a board dimension of 23.75" x 23.75"

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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

ISBN Does not apply
DGT eBoard Compatible No
Board Finish Satin
Folding Board No
Square Size Varies
Chess Board Height 0.5" inches
Chess Board Footprint Varies
Recommended Carrying Bag Size 24" Chess board Carrying Bag
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