Black Soap Stone (2nd Run)


Black Soap Stone PolyhedralsMore soap stone dice! Soap stone is used for everything from counter tops and floors to sculptures and fire places. Once we get done with it, it makes for seriously cool dice. This round of soap stone dice has been crafted from black architectural grade soap stone. Architectural grade soap stone has a much lower talc content than the artist grade stone we used in the Scotch Rock d20s, and thus makes for a much more durable die. These dice have a dark charcoal coloration that makes for easily read numbers thanks to the contrasted engraving. And just like our Scotch Rock dice, these dice can be used to keep your favorite whiskeys at sub frosty temperatures.

walnut dice boxesEach of the 3 Full Polyhedral sets in this run are 3/4″ in scale and come in a compartmentalized figured walnut dice box. Each set consists of our standard 1d20, 1d12, 1d10, 1d%, 1d8, 4d6, and 1d4. We also have several d20’s to go along with this run as well.

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2 reviews for Black Soap Stone (2nd Run)

  1. Kat

    I wonder if I could get away with putting two full sets on our wedding registry lol.

    • Charlie Brumfield

      you mean you’re not supposed to put dice on your registry?

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