French Lardy Staunton Chess Set in Golden Rosewood & Boxwood - 3.25" King
Item #: FSS325
Manufacturer: The Chess Store
Mfg ID: FSS325
Our French Lardy Staunton is based on the original chess set made by the Lardy Chess Company in France from many years ago. There's nothing fancy about this chess set but it has a masculine handsomeness and a traditional Staunton look that serious chess players prefer for their everyday chess set. Pieces have green billiard cloth pads for a soft feel when moving and are properly weighted for stability on the chess board. The golden rosewood and boxwood are hand polished to a beautiful sheen. The French Lardy is truly a classic and an exceptional chess set for the casual game at home or tournament play.
- Golden Rosewood & Boxwood
- Pieces individually hand polished with solid lacquer and buffing wheel
- King Height: 3.25"
- King Base: 1.375"
- King Weight: 2 oz.
- Chess Set Weight: 32 oz.
- 2 spare queens are included for pawn promotion
- Green Billiard Cloth Pads
- Recommended Chess Board Size: 1.75" Squares (chessboard is not included)
|Diane Watanabe of Kent WA
Review on French Lardy Staunton Rosewood & Boxwood
|The price was excellent for the quality of merchandise. I was very paticular in what I was looking for since my Uncle hand made a beautiful inlaid chess board table. Whe have a glass cover over the top to protect it. The color of this set was perfect for what he had made it with. The felt bottom is so nice for movement over the glass. Service was excellent as it came with in 3 business days. my rating for overall service with 5 stars being the best... would be 5 stars. Thanks.
|Dylan McBride of Graham, NC
|I thought this was a great price for the quality of the chess pieces. They are well made and sturdy. We loved the felt on the bottom, they were well attached to the pieces unlike some pieces we've had before. The pieces have worked great for us, we got them in a timely manner and we are overall very happy with the service and the product. Thank you, we will be loyal customers from now on. Dylan McBride