Most Expensive Chess Set in the World
If you’re wondering which is the most expensive chess set in the world, Ealuxe has the answer!
Chess is one of the best board games, a 2-player strategy game on an usually 8×8 board with alternating light and dark squares.
Everyone has played board games at least once in his life time.
Board games have been entertaining the family and friends for years and the best part is that these can be used for fun or intellectual stimulation.
You all know that board games come in pretty cheap. But not the world’s highest priced chess set.
Let’s get straight to business!
Manufactured in 2005 in Great Britain by jewelry company Boodles, the costliest chess set is made of solid gold and platinum and features diamonds, rubies, emeralds, sapphires and even black and white pearls (748 diamonds, 73 rubies, 146 sapphires).
Each piece, barring the horses, has a gem-studded spiral in the middle. Each ball is inlayed with a 16 carat yellow gold spiral of diamonds.
The king, priced at $100.000 is the largest piece and weighs 165.2 grams.
To add this item to your collection, you need $9.8 million!
The Jewel Royale Chess set is no doubt beautiful. But have you wondered how practical is it?
If you love chess but $9.8 million is too much for you, you can always go for a more cheaper chess set, but still as beautiful as Jewel Royale.
Priced at $1 million, Art of War Chess Set is the second most expensive chess set in the world.
Created by Victor Scharstein, the item comes with a velvet lined wooden case complete with lock and key and features a board made of ebony with gold, rhodium inlaid checkboards rimmed with Chinese lettering, a solid gold foot with diamond and ruby toenails and many other precious gemstones.
This concludes our cover on the most expensive chess set in the world!
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