Our Supreme Grandmasters Supreme Series Chess Pieces are an excellent reproduction of the famous chess set used in 1961-74 USSR World Championships.
To add an interesting variation to the chess set, we have used Glass Eyes on the face.
Glass Eyes was a concept which was typically seen in German Or French Chess Sets.
The 1961 World Chess Championship match was played between Mikhail Botvinnik and Magician from Riga, Mikhail Tal. Although Tal was a strong favourite to win the match, Botvinnik won convincingly by a 13-8 margin.
|King||3.7" (95mm)||1.5" (39mm)|
|Queen||3.3" (83mm)||1.5" (39mm)|
|Bishop||3.0" (75mm)||1.4" (36mm)|
|Knight||2.5" (64mm)||1.4" (36mm)|
|Rook||2.3" (58mm)||1.4" (35mm)|
|Pawn||2.0" (50mm)||1.2" (31mm)|
|Wood Combination||Ebonised Boxwood / Boxwood|
|Dark Chess Pieces||Ebonised Boxwood|
|Light Chess Pieces||Boxwood|
|Recommended Square Size||1.96" to 2.16" (50 mm to 55 mm)|
|Total Weight Of Chess Pieces||2.7 lbs (1240 grams)|
|34 Chess pieces|
Express Shipping (4-7 business days) via Fedex/ DHL to USA, Canada, Mexico, Some EU & non- EU countries (UK, Germany, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Brunei, Cambodia, Denmark, France, Indonesia, Italy, Liechtenstien, Luxembourg, Macau, Malaysia, Marshall Islands, Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Vietnam)
Rest of the World, we ship via Indiapost.
Areas covered under Remote Locations as per DHL/ Fedex would be serviced via Indiapost.
3 year free replacement guarantee for Chess Pieces (Manufacturing Defects, Cracking, issues in craftsmanship or materials)
6 months guarantee against manufacturing defects (cracking or warping) for Chess Boards, Wooden Storage Boxes and Travel Chess Sets