MONTHLY ROUND-UP – June 2018

Another month flew by and tradition dictates that once again we take a look at the new arrivals section and round up the most interesting chess sets of the past few weeks. If you think you might have missed something from the busy month, here is a list of what you have missed.

The Defender Luxury Series Staunton Chessmen

Reproduced 1963-1966 Piatigorsky Cup Chess Set in Antiqued Boxwood

1972 Reproduced Fischer-Spassky Staunton Pattern Chess Set V2.0

Reproduced 1961 Soviet Championship Baku Chess Set in Lacquer Finish Golden Dyed

Special Edition Reproduced Vintage 1950’s Circa Bohemia Staunton Series German Chess Set in Lacquer Finished Painted Crimson Boxwood

Let’s see what the gossip is all about. First and foremost, perhaps, is the Defender luxury series Staunton chessmen. This is a luxury design featuring the magnificently robust and remarkable knight. Knights have a divergent style of carving on each side making even more captivating pieces from different angle views. There are 6 cuts in the turrets of the rook. Know more->

The Defender Luxury Series Staunton Chessmen

Moving ahead to reproduced 1963-1966 Piatigorsky cup chess set. We’ve launched one of our best selling Piatigorsky chess set in the new antique finish. This fascinating Staunton-style chess set (referred latterly as Piatigorsky Cup Chess Set) was designed by the U.S. International Master Herman Steinern in the mid-1940s. Know more->

Reproduced 1963-1966 Piatigorsky Cup Chess Set

Coming on to the 1972 Reproduced Fischer-Spassky Staunton Pattern Chess Set V2.0. We’ve reintroduced our impeccable reproduction in the antique & Sheesham variant. This historic Fischer and Boris Spassky Chess set was produced by the legendary company Jaques of London, who also introduced the first Staunton chess set in the fall of 1849. We have reproduced the exact reproduction of the chess set used during the iconic 1972 World Chess Championship rivalry match between legendary Bobby Fischer and reigning Boris Spassky in Reykjavik, Iceland. The reproduction of Fischer and Boris Spassky Chess set(also known as Reykjavik chess set) has been attempted – but never before accurate like this. This reproduction exemplifies a perfect combination of class and history. Know more->

1972 Reproduced Fischer-Spassky Staunton Pattern Chess Set V2.0

Next, on the list is Championship Baku Chess Set. chessbazaar® proudly presents the reproduced 1961 Soviet Championship Baku Chess Set in a unique premium chocolate color. The dark pieces are made of genuine Ebonized boxwood and the light pieces are made of Golden Dyed Boxwood. The carving and turning the quality of the knight is quite spectacular. Knights have a divergent style of carving on each side making even more captivating pieces from different angle views. Know more->Reproduced 1961 Soviet Championship Baku Chess Set in Lacquer Finish Golden DyedAnd as long as we are on the subject of reproduced antique chess sets, the new “Special Edition Reproduced Vintage 1950’s Circa Bohemia Staunton Series German Chess Set ” is one that deserves some attention. Pieces are beautifully hand carved in Painted Crimson Boxwood. The lathe work on each chess piece is noteworthy, especially the unique collar rings and unique Dubrovnik Chess Set like bishops. All chess pieces have a wide base which adds another interesting dimension to the set. Know more->

Special Edition Reproduced Vintage 1950's Circa Bohemia Staunton Series German Chess Set

Lastly, you will be pleased to hear that we are going to launch exciting new chess sets soon, so stay tuned with us for the bunch of launches and amazing offers this fall season! Subscribe our newsletter here>>

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