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 Post subject: Gnome Chess set
PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 7:25 pm 
Journey to an enchanted place as you play the game of kings with your very own gnome chess set. This piece was custom built. All the pieces were sculpted by hand, cast in high pressure resin and hand painted with felted bottoms. The king measures approximately 2" tall, the knight can be seen charging into battle on his toy steed as the bishop tries to conceal his cider ale. The base has storage inside to stow your gnomes when not in use or for transport. The finish is a pale antiqued gold with wood accents and the play area has an etched sun and clear smooth playing surface. If you would like any more information regarding this product and it’s availability please use the submission form on my site aperture360.net and see the photos or email myself. resinranger@hotmail.com


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