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What is chess board?

A chessboard is the type of board game used in the game chess, over which the chess pawns (pieces) are laid. It's square in shape, with an alternating pattern of two colours between its subdivisions. Traditionally wooden boards are used of naturally derived light and dark brown woods, while plastic and vinyl boards often use Black or Brown for the dark squares and shades such as buff or cream for the light squares. Materials vary widely; while wooden boards are generally used in high-level games; vinyl, plastic, and cardboard are common for regular and common play. Decorative glass and marble boards are available but rarely accepted for games rated by national or international chess federations. Chess figures are ussually made of wood, metal, plastic or glass.

Where to buy an original chess board game?

Do you have an idea to buy chess board game for a gift or for your home? Are you looking for chess board made of wood, metal, ceramic or glass? On our website skazka.site you can find a lot of different hand painted chess boards. We welcoming you to look our big range of Chess boards to find ONE you need! Easy navigation on the site will assist your quick search and ordering. You have an option to pay by card or with your PayPal account. We offering a worldwide delivery and returns for all purchase on our website. We also guarantee that you buy at lowest possible price.

If you are looking for any assistance, don’t hesitate to call us at + 7916-491-06-73 or email us at help@skazka.site

Where to buy chess board in Moscow?

The Skazka shop on the Arbat street in Moscow offers an unprecedentedly huge selection of chess boards. Each chess board in the Skazka store is signed by an artist and is accompanied by certificate of quality confirming that the chess board is handmade in Russia. The Skazka store gives a quality guarantee for every chess board for a period of 3 years. To visit Skazka store in Moscow go to Arbat street 51, near Hard Rock cafe Moscow, use exit at Smolenskaya metro station.