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Manopoulos Greek Roman Army Metal Chess Set
Manopoulos Greek Roman Army Metal Chess Set
Manopoulos Greek Roman Army Metal Chess Set
Manopoulos Greek Roman Army Metal Chess Set
Manopoulos Greek Roman Army Metal Chess Set
Manopoulos Greek Roman Army Metal Chess Set
Manopoulos Greek Roman Army Metal Chess Set
Manopoulos Greek Roman Army Metal Chess Set
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Manopoulos Greek Roman Army Metal Chess Set

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Product Description



Greek / Roman Army metal chess set presented in a wooden cabinet. The chess pieces are made from brass and nickel plated cast metal. The detail is excellent and features classic characters from the Anicent armies of Greece and Rose. Includes the Emperor, queen, officers and foot soldiers. The rook is a classic architectural column and the knight a horse mounted infantry leader.

The chess board is also made from metal and has a distinctive burnished olive green finish and pillar feet on each corner. Made in Greece by world famous games maker Manopoulos.

Please note the red felt tray in our images has now been replaced by a more superior, protective black foam to protect these beautiful pieces and board.

Product Specifications

King Height:  2.25 inches (5.72 cm)
King Base Diameter:  0.6 inches (1.52 cm)
King Weight:  30 grams
Pawn Height:  1.25 inches (3.18 cm)
Pawn Weight:  12 grams
Pawn Base Diameter:  0.5 inches (1.27 cm)
Weight:  3.2 kg
Materials:  Nickel
Number of Queens:  2
Board Size:  11 inches (27.94 cm)
Board Thickness:  0.5 inches (1.27 cm)
Square Size:  1 inch (2.54 cm)

Product Reviews

"The case, board and pieces are of an excellent quality. However, the foam inlay (a 2 piece construction), inside the case, needs to be replaced with a stronger, integral, single piece of foam. Currently, the weight of the chess pieces causes the inlay to pucker when the chess set is stored in its carry-bag. Otherwise, a beautiful looking and durable set."

M Amanda Weston, 2nd December 2016


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