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This is chess Art at it's best! The Ebony version of our best seller, The Chetak. This is the original design made by Chopra Chess and features a magnificent life-like knight in ebony and boxwood. The King is 4.4" tall and has a base size of 1 7/8"[Leather pad diameter 1 6/8"].
This set is available with a choice of either leather or felt pads! Need advise?
The Majestic Apache ebony set of chessmen is an extremely unusual collector Staunton chess piece carved in genuine ebony wood. The opposing pieces are made of boxwood which is the traditional wood used for white chessmen. We have seen similar tilted mane designs selling for nearly $1200 elsewhere!
Featuring a 4 1/4" King this set has a knight with a beautifully carved tilted mane. This triple-weighted set of chessmen comes with additional queens. All these chessmen are fitted with green felt pads.
This is a new Staunton design in ebony and boxwood featuring a very nicely carved, unostentatious set of pieces which is exclusive to this store.
This exclusive 34 piece set of fine chessmen was commissioned by TheChessPiece.com and features a knight with a significantly protruding mane and other unusual features in a more finely carved bridled knight. It is the first set in the range that offers a selection of features and options not offered by anyone else.
This design features pieces with a chamfered base that significantly reduces the risk of toppling! The 4" set has white pieces in traditional boxwood and the opposing pieces in beautiful budrosewood.
This set is available in pure ebony wood or bud rosewood.
Featuring a 4" King with a base diameter of 1 3/4" a board with 2" squares is recommended. Extra queens are supplied with this set of chessmen.
This design is particularly pleasing in that the knight carving displays a very proud, upright and refined appearance as if stood composed ready for battle. The rest of the pieces while retaining the characteristics of a Staunton pattern set also show a subtle resemblence to a cavalry lineup.
The Northern Upright (or Edinburgh) chess set was a popular precursor of the Staunton pattern and is thought to have partly inspired the first Staunton design. Our Northern Upright set is an accurate reproduction of this early 19th century pattern.