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Diagonal "deluxe" walnut board

Extraordinary chess board,with dark walnut frames and light sycamore wood frames.

€70.17
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Size
  • 5
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  • No notation
Free Shipping Spain Peninsula (€100) and Balearic Islands (€150)
Product Details
REF/1080-50

Data sheet

Product Type
Boards
Material
Wood
Wood
Sycamore
Finished
Mate
Square size
55mm
Board size
550mm
Board Thickness
13mm
Packaging
Original hardcover box
Made in
Spain

Specific References

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