This MoMA Panisa Wooden Chess Set designed by Panisa Khunprasert features minimalist turned-wood chess pieces that evoke modern sculpture. Subtle details are employed to identify the various pieces: a diagonal slice on the oval-shaped Bishop suggests a liturgical headpiece; two deep grooves create castle turrets for the cylindrical Rook; the Knight’s arched lines follow the shape of a horse’s head. The foldable wooden chess board with magnetic closure is designed for easy storage of the pieces, which are contained in two cloth bags. Made of sustainably grown rubberwood.
The board measures (open) 15.75" Wide x 15.75" Deep x 2.5" Height, and (closed) 15.75" Wide x 7.8" Deep x 5" Height. Recommended for ages 8+.
The Liberty London Anita Travel Chess Set highlights Liberty’s classic floral themes, perfect for any game enthusiast. Liberty London is known for its floral and graphic prints and offerings of innovative and eclectic designs. This set features red and blue for the 32 wood chess pieces. Makes a perfect gift. Box: 7.8" x 7.8" x 2.8" tall. Board: 7.5" x...
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...
The Colorful Backgammon Set from MoMA is distinguished by a bold modernist design inside and out. This high-quality beechwood backgammon box set contains 30 game pieces and five dice in a black fabric bag. : 18” x 19.75” x 1.12" (Open). : 18" x 9.87" x 2.25" (Closed). Weight: 4.5 lbs.
Reimagine the way you play chess with the New York Skyline Chess Set. London designers Ian Flood and Chris Prossner have reimagined the chess set by taking the classic game pieces and replacing them with miniature renditions of famous New York buildings. A range of buildings from across the city, some of which capture the essence of the early 1900’s...