Wooden Chess Sets – Material: Ebony

This unique selection of wooden chess sets includes a variety of thoughtfully sourced products. When your order a wood chess set, it is packed with care to ensure it arrives safely to your home. One of our most popular starter wooden chess sets is this classic wood chess set, a comfortable 19" square with 3 1/2" pieces. You can choose the board color of your liking.


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  • 21" Staunton Ebony Chess Set - Chess Set - Chess-House
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    21" Staunton Ebony Chess Set

    $658.90 USD In Stock
  • The Hastings Chess Set and Board Combination - Chess Set - Chess-House
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    The Hastings Chess Set and Board Combination

    $949.00 USD In Stock
  • Redwood Chess Set - 20" Board - Chess Set - Chess-House
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    Redwood Chess Set - 20" Board

    $398.52 USD In Stock
  • Staunton Redwood Chess Set - 21" Board - Chess Set - Chess-House
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    Staunton Redwood Chess Set - 21" Board

    $699.00 USD In Stock
  • The Zagreb '59 Series Chess Set and Board Combination - Chess Set - Chess-House
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  • Staunton Ebony Chess Set - 19" - Chess Set - Chess-House
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  • Heirloom Jacques Ebony Chess Set - Chess Set - Chess-House
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    Heirloom Jacques Ebony Chess Set

    $508.00 USD In Stock
  • True Ebony Ultimate Chess Pieces on Erable Board - Chess Set - Chess-House
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    Genuine Ebony Ultimate Chess Set

    $339.00 USD In Stock

Exclusive Heirloom Collection sets are some of our finest chess sets built on USA made hardwood boards.



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"Here's my favorite demo board for leading a chess class. Easy to see pieces. Easy to move pieces. Love having the red stars to highlight squares... can even pull out the dowel in the bottom edge of the demo board to use as a pointer when talking about diagonals, ranks, files, etc!"

Elliott Neff, author of a Pawn's Journey