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Geoffrey Parker’s unveils one of the most expensive chess sets at $77,880

Andrea Divirgilio / November 5, 2012

A traditional British manufacturer of world’s finest luxury bespoke games for over 50 years, Geoffrey Parker, which relishes the unusual and unique in a world so often full of the ordinary and mundane, has now introduced one of the world’s most expensive chess set, the $77,880 Silver Jubilee Edition Chessboard. Described to be a perfect gift for the discerning chess players this luxurious chess board approved by the United States Chess Federation is actually the re-introduction of the 1960s classic Geoffrey Parker board which was originally created to celebrate Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth‘s Silver Jubilee.

Geoffrey Parker's unveils one of the most expensive chess sets at $77,880

Sterling silver edition

Originating from the 1960s, this Geofrrey Parker design (pictured above) was created not to compete but to impressively compliment the brand Geoffrey Parker’s association with the legendary Staunton design. Now, offered in sterling silver, sterling silver-gilt and even solid gold, the set has notably stood the test of times, and is truly a delight to play with.

Further, it’s also available in Dauphin calf colors, and upon request, the personalization option is of course made available by Geoffrey Parker.

Ever since its inception in year 1958, Geofrrey Parker has been producing products for the world’s luxury stores, casinos, and private commissions, which includes the Geoffrey Parker’s most expensive Backgammon which costs $387,890, the luxury coffee game tables, the contemporary game table which stores 33 games, and the world’s most expensive poker set costing $7.5 million.

Via: GeoffreyParker / GiftLab

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