The Antique 19th Century Early Staunton Chess Pieces in Ebony & Antiqued Boxwood with King Side Stamping - 3.4" King

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Material: Ebony wood (Diospyros ebenum)/ Antiqued Boxwood 

Dimensions: King Height - 3.38" (86 mm)
                        King Base - 1.65" (42 mm)
                        Pawn Height - 1.81" (46 mm)
                        Pawn Base - 1.25" (32 mm)

You're getting: 34 pieces (2 extra Queens included)Board and storage box is not included.

1250 grams (44.09 oz)Please note that the weight in the set is added manually so the final weight of the set can vary by plus or minus (±) 10%.

Recommended Board Size
55mm Square Size 

Shipping: FedEx/DHL 4-6 days delivery for North America, UK, AU, EU, IN
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Chess Pieces Details Height Base
King   3.38" (86 mm) 1.65" (42 mm)
Queen 2.75" (70 mm) 1.53" (39 mm)
Bishop 2.51" (64 mm) 1.37" (35 mm)
Knight 2.36" (60 mm) 1.37" (35 mm)
Rook 2.04" (52 mm) 1.45" (37 mm)
Pawn 1.81" (46 mm) 1.25" (32 mm)
Total Weight Of Chess Set 1250 grams (44.09 oz)
Dark Pieces Ebony Wood (Diospyros ebenum)
Light Pieces Antiqued Boxwood (Gardenia latifolia)
Recommended Board Size 55mm Square Size 

The Antique 19th Century Early Staunton Chess Set is exquisitely handcrafted in Ebony & Antiqued Boxwood. The king is 3.38 inches high and its base is a robust 1.6 inches. The chess set comes with 34 pieces including 2 extra queens. 

The dark chess pieces are made of ebony wood. It would be difficult to find a more sumptuous wood than ebony wood for the dark side chess pieces. The texture of the ebony wood is fine and a true pleasure to hold. The deep luster and total blackness of the ebony wood are exceptional.

Weight: 1250 grams (44.09 oz). Please note that the weight in the set is added manually so the final weight of the set can vary by plus or minus (±) 10%.

The opposing pieces are made of boxwood which is traditionally used for white side. It is one of the fairly easy woods to work with and shows off aesthetic detail. The set comes with free extra queens for effortless pawn promotion. All chess pieces are expertly carved and heavily weighted for fantastic hand-feel and a very nice thud on the wooden chess board. King, Queens, Bishops, and Pawns have unique collar rings and thick green felts, which precisely envelops the base of each chess men for smooth movement on the chess board. The knights are well-crafted and represent the highest grade of knight carving skills that our Indian artisans have to offer.

History: This antique chess set was produced in early 19th Century. The set was beautiful in its functionality yet easy to be produced in large scale. The pieces were rugged with heavy stable bases which did not tumble easily. The rooks were turned to look solid castles, the pawns were minimalist but refined, the bishops had simple mitres. The design of the set was somewhat similar to 1849 chess set. There are many variations in the design available now but most of these have been derived from the original Staunton design.

Craftsmanship: The lathe work on each chess piece is noteworthy, especially on the knight. The carving and the design of the knight are quite spectacular, look closely at the eyes, nostrils, teeth and, craftsmanship around the mane. The design of the other pieces is also highly outstanding that allows the set to truly stand out. They are meticulously handcrafted from the finest grade ebony wood and polished by hand to give it a rich and long-lasting shine. Superb size proportioning from king to the pawn exhibits true intricate craftsmanship in all the pieces.

Felts: Thick green felt precisely envelops the base of each chessmen.

Weights: The set is heavily weighted and so they are a pleasure to hold and will last for years if maintained properly in a dry and clean place.

King side stamping: King side rook and knight has been stamped on both box wood side and ebony side. A crown emblem is etched on the foreheads of knights and on top of the turrets of the rooks which stands on the side of the kings on both sides. The main concept behind the king side stamping is to identify and differentiate their positioning on to the king's side of the board. Another reason for using king stamping is that the rooks and knights are often designated by being the "queen's knight", the "king's rook", etc. The king side bishop does not need any such identification as they move in their respective colors only. 

In-Box items: Retail package consists of 34 chessmen, 2 extra queens included. chess board NOT included in this sale. 

Disclaimer: Product color may slightly vary due to photographic lighting sources or your monitor settings.

Caution: These chess pieces are neither waterproof nor UV-resistant


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