The chess pieces carved in teak wood
are easy to maintain. They can be cleaned with a damp cloth to remove dust and stains that are caused by rain or other wear and tear.
Since wood is a "living material," natural
changes and alterations to the pieces are inevitable. For example, clefts occur because the wood permanently moves. This change, however, contributes to the uniqueness of each sculpture
. The wood is a very warm and beautiful material and we deliberately use teak wood because of its characteristic grain and unique colour.
: the chess figures are designed for internal and external use, but are not suitable toys for children. Careless treatment could result in dents and scratches.
these figures are not fragile, but do need care to ensure their preservation. Although teak wood is suitable for outside use, the pieces should be covered or moved inside during heavy rain or snowfall.
Similar treatment should be applied to plastic chess figures as well.