Danbury Mint Chess Set
See below for our selection of Danbury Mint Chess!
If there’s one thing that chess fans can agree on, it’s that the game is beautiful. From the pieces to the board, everything about chess is captivating. So it’s no surprise that some of the most beautiful chess sets in the world come from Danbury Mint.
Whether you’re a collector or just looking for a gorgeous set to play with, Danbury Mint has something perfect for you.
The Danbury Mint has taken chess to a whole new level with their impressive collection of pieces. The ‘Camelot’ set features sculptural and shaped pewter, hardwood boards enclosed in fitted boxes that house the kings at 7 1/2cm tall–and they’re named too!
This beautifully crafted antique-inspired design can be played indoors or out; it’s perfect for playing against friend’s old school style (or even computer algorithms)! Danbury Mint’s new chess set is a captivating piece that will be sure to attract attention from your friends and family.
Danbury Mint has been the only place to get this beautiful Fantasy of The Crystal Chess Set. The cherry red hard wood board opens up and reveals a felt-lined storage space for all 24 pieces, which measure about 1 inch tall on average (with some bigger ones in there too!).
Each piece comes permanently attached with an authentic Swarovski crystal ball at their feet so they can be easily identified by who owns them – you’ll never lose another mini chess piece again! These beautiful boards come permanently attached at both ends by genuine Swarovski crystals– one half inch round facets will suffice if that’s not big enough or you want more bling than necessary (we know some people do).
This large size makes it perfect too whether someone wants an extra challenge
Wrapping It Up
Do you know that old saying about how even a game as simple and timelessly popular as chess can be seen through different lenses over time? Well, it turns out the original meaning behind this strategic boardgame has changed drastically depending on where you live.
In Europe since its inception in 1500s-era battles between castles became common place (you could call them “the modern world”), so those who played would use their pieces to stand for various royal courts rather than individual soldiers like before; either way though there are still plenty more possibilities! Now maybe your style doesn’t fit into any one category – if so then don’t worry because these tournament sets will work great at whatever level play.