Art Deco Chess Set | Bronze Pewter Chessmen | Glossy Board

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What makes this chess set unique?

These solid brass art deco chess pieces are bronze and pewter finished. They are matched with a highly lacquered briar wood veneer chess board with grey and ivory squares.

The king is an impressive sight standing at 4" high, this is a beautiful chess set that would be a great addition to any home office, game room or chess collectors collection .

What are the dimensions?

Chess Board Dimensions: 17.25" x 17.25" x 1/2" thick.  Board Square Size: 1.75”.  Chess King Size: 4”.  King Base Width: 1.25”.

What the heck is the king base width? It is the diameter of the base of the king (the bottom of the king piece). This measurement is important when selecting the right chess board square size for the chess pieces that will be playing on it.

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Bronze defined: Bronze is an alloy made up mostly of copper, with approximately 12% tin, in addition metals (aluminum, manganese, nickel or zinc) and it is not common to find non-metals or metalloids such as arsenic, phosphorus or silicon.

Pewter defined: Pewter is a malleable metal alloy. It is commonly composed of 85–99% tin, mixed with copper, antimony, bismuth, and maybe a pinch of lead, although the use of lead is not very common in the modern day.

Art Deco defined: The predominant decorative art style that took place in the 1920's and 1930's, characterized by precise and boldly delineated geometric shapes and very strong colors, and used most notably in household items and in the architecture.