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The House of Staunton - The Burnt Reykjavik II Chess Set - Pieces Only - 3.75" King
ASIN번호 B00MV5XFUY
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$319.00
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상품특징
King Height: 3.75'' inch / 9.53 cmKing Base Diameter: 1.6'' inch / 4.06 cm34 Chess Pieces, including 2 Additional Queens (for Pawn Promotion)Recommended Chess Board Size: 2.25" inch / 5.7 cm, 2.375" inch / 6.0 cm (NOT INCLUDED)
상품설명
The Reykjavik II Series Chess set features a 3.75" King with a 1.6" diameter base. The Chess pieces are hand carved by our master artisans and crafted out of the highest grade boxwood. They are heavily weighted with luxurious billiard cloth base pads and a glossy finish to future accentuate the details. The design of the Reykjavik II Chess set is an exact reproduction of the Chess set used by the legendary American Grandmaster Bobby Fischer when he won the 1972 World Chess Championship against the reigning World Champion Grandmaster Boris Spassky in Reykjavik, Iceland.




































상품특징
King Height: 3.75'' inch / 9.53 cmKing Base Diameter: 1.6'' inch / 4.06 cm34 Chess Pieces, including 2 Additional Queens (for Pawn Promotion)Recommended Chess Board Size: 2.25" inch / 5.7 cm, 2.375" inch / 6.0 cm (NOT INCLUDED)
상품설명
The Reykjavik II Series Chess set features a 3.75" King with a 1.6" diameter base. The Chess pieces are hand carved by our master artisans and crafted out of the highest grade boxwood. They are heavily weighted with luxurious billiard cloth base pads and a glossy finish to future accentuate the details. The design of the Reykjavik II Chess set is an exact reproduction of the Chess set used by the legendary American Grandmaster Bobby Fischer when he won the 1972 World Chess Championship against the reigning World Champion Grandmaster Boris Spassky in Reykjavik, Iceland.
































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