Luke Honey | Decorative Antiques, Chess, Backgammon & Games

German Chess Board, circa 1950

  • Staunton Chess Set and Board
  • vintage antique chess board

Attractive Mid-Century Modern Chess Board, German, circa 1950

the alternate inlaid chess squares in mahogany and boxwood within a raised border,

Size: 39.9cm x 39.9cm x 1.5cm.

Chess Squares: 4.5cm wide.

Stock Reference: MJ 1964

Please note that the illustration shows the board with a J. C. Vickery Staunton chess set, which is being sold separately. Please click here to see it.


Generally good, and a nice colour. Wear to one corner, and some minor wear and scuffs to the surface.

A Note From Luke

Typical Mid-Century German chess board, with a raised border. Chess squares 4.6cm wide.

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