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Chess box

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Chess box

HOS chess box

A chess box is a container for holding chess pieces.[1] Most commonly made of wood a chess box can be constructed of any material. The internal box configuration can be individual slots for each chess piece, one divider to separate the white and black pieces or no divider with the chess pieces mixed together. The external chess box is typically rectangular but can be done in a variety a shapes including, but not limited to, a coffer top or sliding drawers.



  1. ^ Chess Museum - Chess Box
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