Yet another month is behind us and Reproduced 1930s-70s Hastings Chess Congress Set was the set which dominated the chess community over the past month. A couple of other chess sets also made an appearance – The 19th Century Anglo-Indian Hand carved Series Chess Set & The Ace Series Staunton Chess Set in Ebony & Box Wood. For the full scoop on all of the above, plus some other launches from the past month, just scroll down and hit ‘em up.
It all started back in 2014 when we launched our first Reproduction “1849 J.Jaques chess set”. Our 1849 chess set reproduction has become the industry gold standard now, the chess set by which all other reproductions are compared and it is the best-selling product of its kind in the history of chess world yet. Now we’ve something new for chess collectors community. Presenting you the Reproduced Hastings Congress Series chess set. This chess set is reproduced in collaboration with “Michael Ladzinski“, one of the greatest chess collectors in the chess world. Know more about this set.
Moving ahead to The Ace Series Staunton Chess Set. Ace series is an unornamented yet elegant chess set, features a 4.0″ King with a base diameter of 1.77″. The Ace Series Staunton Chess Set is expertly weighted from our master artisans and it’s superb size proportioning from a king to the pawn makes this chess set an excellent choice for the chess tournaments/clubs or regular home and school play. Know more ->
The 19th Century Anglo Indian Hand carved Series Chess Set made an appearance last month is definitely worth checking out. Anglo is an unpatterned yet interesting design features a 3.4″ King with a base diameter of 1.3″. Dark chess pieces are exquisitely crafted in stained dyed boxwood. Each chessmen is carefully handcrafted in India and influenced from our Moghul Century Series. This artistic and distinguished chess set is non-weighted. Know more ->
And for a blissful ending of the week, check out the video of our Arabian Knight Chess Set uploaded by one of our favorite buyers “Richard”. The video highlights all the hi-gloss finish pieces on wooden red ash burl maple chess board & if you are facing oxidation/white residue problems on your bud rosewood chess pieces then this video is for you. You can follow his tips on how to make your chess pieces shiny at home & fix oxidation, white residue, fungus problems on your bud rosewood chess set.
Here’s an easy fix for all. (By: Richard)
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