Wenge Wooden Fudge Dice

Wenge Wooden Fudge Dice

Nearly as black as ebony, but with a more pronounced grain, and not nearly as expensive, Wenge wood (a tree native to the Congo) is popular with guitar makers like Ibanez who used it in their fret boards.      
Purple Heart Wooden Fudge Dice

Purple Heart Wooden Fudge Dice

I love Purple Heart. It has the most beautiful natural coloration of any non-dyed woods. The color you see here is the natural color of the wood once oxidized. The dice are left out in the open air for several days to achieve the bright violet hues you see here,...
Elder Box Burl Wooden Fudge Dice

Elder Box Burl Wooden Fudge Dice

Elder Box Burl has to have the best grain structure for dice. It is stunningly beautiful. Add to that the fact that Elder Box is a light colored wood that readily takes dyes, this amazing grain structure is available in a myriad of colors.    ...
Bois D’Arc Wooden Fudge Dice

Bois D’Arc Wooden Fudge Dice

This set was one of the last of the prototype dice. You can see that by now method for making the marks on the face of the dice has been greatly improved. Bois D’Arc is an especially dense wood native to East Texas and is prized for use as fence posts...