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Russian 1940 Antique Reproduction Chess Set Ebonized & Boxwood With Classic Walnut Chess Board

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USD 339.00

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This unique chess set includes are Russian 1940 antique reproduction chess pieces matched with our Walnut and Maple Classic chess board



A wide black inlay border accentuates the playing area and the bottom of the board has pads to protect whatever surface it sets on.For the serious chess player or collector, this chess set will prove a favorite while adding an uncommon ambiance to your game.Chess Pieces Material Ebonized Boxwood Boxwood King Height 4.125 King Base 1.7 King Weight 3 Ounces Chess Set Weight 49 Ounces Green Baize Cloth PadsChess Board Material Walnut Maple Veneer Wood Materials Finish Satin Polyurethane

From king to pawn the pieces have elegant curves and shapes that create an attractive and coherent design

Like most Russian chess sets, the king has a simple conical shaped finial rather than a Cross patt eacute e found on English sets and the queen lacks a pointed coronet normally found on Staunton designs

Our Walnut and Maple Classic chess board is made with the finest veneers and sealed in semi-gloss polyurethane protective finish

The bishop miter is noticeably tall and slender without the slot normally found on English made sets

The bishop, knight, and rook are proportionately much taller than most Staunton sets that many players might prefer for easier moving during a game

The king is 4.125 tall and has a base of 1.7

The pieces are made from ebonized and natural boxwood and are heavily weighted to provide stability on the chess board

The squares are 2.25 and the overall size of the board is 21 and .625 thick

This large and handsome chess set is a replica based on a classic Russian pattern produced and commonly used during the soviet era in the 1940's

This pattern has all of the features commonly found on Russian and eastern European sets during this period with large bulbous shaped bases and columns curving upward terminating without a distinguishable collar


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