World Chess Championship FIDE Approved Tournament Chess Pieces
Own a piece of history with the World Chess Championship Chess Set. Debuting at the World Championship Candidates Tournament held in London from 14th March to 2nd April 2013, these chessmen are the standard for tournament pieces. Design by internationally renowned Pentagram designer and architect Daniel Weil, these pieces are based on the proportions of classical Greek architecture and the classic Staunton design to make a set that is both distinctive and traditional.

This is the official World Chess Championship set approved by FIDE.

  • FIDE Approved
  • 3.75″King
  • Unique design introduced for the 2013 Tournament
Used in all top official FIDE tournaments including the World Chess Championship and as you would expect the pieces are very finely finished. Each set is presentation boxed with individual pieces hand packed and secured inside the box.
King Height: 3.75 inches
Box Weight: 2 kg
Box Length: 36 cm
Box Width: 13 cm
Box Height: 11 cm

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Source: The Week in Chess