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This 2-in-1 Chess & Checkers Set is distinguished by vivid colors and bold graphics. Choose your game, chess or checkers, and flip the board for a visual refresh. The dual-sided board acts as the cover of the wooden box for storing game pieces. Designed by Panisa Khunprasert, the set is made from sustainably grown rubberwood.
Recommended for ages 5+. Box measures 1.7" H x 8.75" W x 8.75" D. Pieces: Checker/Pawn: 0.5" H x 0.88" W. Chess: 0.7" H x 0.88" W.
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