Steve Vigar Brings NY, Chicago & LA Onto Chess

Chess sets come with all kinds of innovations but Steve Vigar knows how to set his work apart from the rest. We are talking about the beauty of a chess set that he has designed that draws inspiration from New York, Chicago and LA. Yes, to put it straight, he has featured the most famous landmarks from all three cities, including the residential housing models posing as the pawns while the skyscrapers get place among the elite in the second row.

The gorgeous pieces have been laser cut and handcrafted from the finest light or dark wood; there are two options for you to choose from. And with such spectacular chess pieces, no doubt there was a lot of pressure on Vigar to make the board so that it complements the rest of the chess gang. So, the elegant board was made from solid zebra wood and Asian evergreen.

We are guessing that the rivalry between these metros of the US might just see a new side of their togetherness in a friendly game of chess. The chess set comes with a price tag of $2,100.

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