Monthly Round-Up – Sep 2016

The month of “Fall” we’ve dedicated to the chess enthusiasts, as we came up with the much awaited and anticipated 1972 Reproduced Fischer-Spassky Staunton Pattern Chess Set & The GM Blitz Edition Staunton Series Chess Set. GM Blitz Edition Staunton Series Chess Set is an arresting set, mainly for its excellent value and single piece knight design. We’ve also announced the Admiral Series II chess set last month, so if you think you might have missed the announcements or are simply looking for an orderly recap, the table below should be for you. It also comes complete with links to our respective product page.

1972 Reproduced Fischer-Spassky Staunton Pattern Chess Set

The GM Blitz Edition Staunton Series Chess Set

The Admiral Series II Staunton Chess Pieces in Ebony Wood & Box Wood

First and foremost on the list is 1972 Reproduced Fischer-Spassky Staunton Pattern Chess Set. Our latest offering is inspired from the 1972 World Chess Championship match. The match took place in 1972 at Reykjavik the capital city of Iceland and has been dubbed the Match of the Century. Fischer won the match by impressive 12½–8½, becoming the eleventh undisputed World Champion. Reproduced Fischer-Spassky Series chess set in Staunton style is made up of stained Dyed boxwood and boxwood. The King proudly stands at 3.75(Tournament Size) inches and its base is a robust 1.6 inches. Wider base and superb size proportioning from the king to the pawn exhibits true intricate craftsmanship in all the pieces. Dark chess pieces are exquisitely crafted in stained dyed box wood. All Chess pieces are expertly carved in India and weighted for prodigious hand-feel and a very nice thud on the wooden chess board. Know More -> http://bit.ly/2dxbI63

1972 Reproduced Fischer-Spassky Staunton Pattern Chess Set

And as long as we are on the subject of tournament chess sets, the GM Blitz Edition Staunton series chess set is one that deserves some attention. Pieces are beautifully hand carved in sheesham / stained dyed box wood and natural box wood. This chess set has been specifically designed for tournament players. The set features a Tournament standard 3.75″ King with a base diameter of 1.65 inches. The GM Blitz Edition is expertly weighted from our master artisans and it’s superb size proportioning from a king to pawn make this chess set an excellent choice for the blitz play in chess tournaments / clubs or regular home and school play. It’s knight is made from a single piece of wood, there are no joins. Shop Now -> http://bit.ly/2cotBlL

The GM Blitz Edition Staunton Series Chess Set in Sheesham & Box Wood

The Admiral Series II Staunton Chess Pieces made the headlines as well, pieces are carved in ebony and box wood with the king height of 4.5 inches. Its base is robust 1.88 inches. This is a version 2.0 featuring the magnificent and all new robust knights. Pieces are meticulously handcrafted from the finest grade ebony and polished by hand to give it a rich and long lasting shine. Dark chess pieces are made up of ebony wood and the opposing pieces are made up of boxwood. Know More -> http://bit.ly/2dQdeLb

The Admiral Series II Staunton Chess Pieces in Ebony Wood & Box Wood

We’ve also introduced #MyChessStory contest last month and it comes as no surprise that many chess players have already participated up to show their enthusiasm for the “Game of Chess”. You can win up to 30% off vouchers + exciting prices with just submitting your chess story. That’s a very brief summary though, if you missed the contest, be sure to catch up using the link below.

Participate Now -> http://bit.ly/2dxdy73

And last, but not least, we can’t fail to mention the 1950s Soviet (Russian) Latvian Reproduced Chess Set in antiqued box wood, which is on its way. Stay Tuned.

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