4.50 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(25 customer reviews)



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bloodwoodNative to Central and South America, Bloodwood can range from a burnt orange to a deep red color. It has a pleasant smell and is quite dense. Is also has an extremely consistent color and grain. The chatoyance, or shimmer, is, quite frankly, amazing. It’s also one of the heaviest woods we use, making for an excellent set of dice. So much so, it’s one of our top 3 recommendations for first time customers.

Bloodwood usually grows in sandy ground in the upland rain forest and is a member of the Brosimium Sp. Among which there are many species. Those of note are B. Paraense, and B. Rubescens. which produce the beautiful Bloodwood and Satine woods we use to make our dice. B. Guianese, produces that oh so beautifully rare and fickle Snakewood, where as B. Alicastrum AKA the Bread or Maya Nut, is known for it’s fruit that was staple of the Mayan diet. All Brosimium Sp. are tall trees, growing to heights of 120 ft. or more and has a straight, cylindrical trunk that’s mostly clear for 75 ft. or more with an average diameter of 35 in. The smooth barked trunk sometimes exudes a whitish latex. They have broad based elliptic leaves and a fruit that resembles a fig.

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25 reviews for Bloodwood

  1. Can you do tensiders?

    • assuming you mean ten sided dice. then yes we can. check out our facebook page (link is at the top of our website) for some photos of the polyhedral dice we make. we haven’t added them to the website yet since we just finished the development work on them. if you’d like a set email me using the contact page.

  2. But, when can we get White Wolf style D10 sets?

    • shortly julie. i still need to finish up the tooling paths for them. probably a couple of more days.

  3. I’m just curious, but the 10 dice polyhedral set, that comes with everything from a 1d4 to a 1d20 correct?

    • yup 1d20 1d12 2d10 1d8 4d6 1d4

  4. Would it be possible to get a set of these in 12mm size, like the dice cubes that Games Workshop sells?

  5. Hey,
    Just wondering if it’s possible to get only D20 dice made from the bloodwood, or a few select other woods.

    • sorry, but no. all individual d20 sales are made from random woods.

  6. Hi, Does the poly set also come with a box? And if so is the box also bloodwood?

    • the poly set will come with a dice box as well. our standard dice box is douglas fir. you can upgrade the box to a bloodwood box for $67.

      • Do you get the option for the box to be made out of bloodwood at checkout?

        • currently we are not doing blood wood boxes as i am out of 8/4 bloodwood.

  7. what are the measurements of the dice are they an 8mm or 10mm ?

  8. So I can’t actually choose what kind of dice I want? That seems really weird considering you sell a set with 6s, 8s, 10s, etc. Why DON’T you allow individual purchasing in a wood of choice? Kind of defeats the purpose of having a “custom” dice store. Not trying to be rude, I just don’t get it.

    • we have not added d10’s to the site yet as the kickstarter we launched them in them JUST ended yesterday. the reason we do not allow you to pick and choose single dice from our website is it would drive the cost up significantly.

      we also do custom sets on a regular basis. from custom engraving or or you just need 12d12’s for that odd ball system your gm fell in love with. we will happily make them for you. but we handle those orders though the email address

      • That would be Everlasting. (Much like storyteller, but with d12’s)

  9. Do you make the D4 from Bloodwood? I see it in the pic, but there is no price for a set of them.

    • the only way to snag a d4 is in the full 10 dice poly set

  10. […] this round we’ve got a stunning full polyhedral set in a Bloodwood and Mpingo box which has already been spoken for, along with 5 d20′s that are still up for […]

  11. Does the d20 in this set come in a spin down form or do I have to special request that?

  12. I received these dice as a present, and I absolutely LOVE them. The shimmer runs on faces parallel to the gain of the wood (so 4 of the faces of the d6’s) while the faces that are perpendicular are quite dark, almost black, and lack the shimmer. The weight is also lovely for dice (heavier than most wood dice). Really looking forward to playing with these beauties!

  13. […] aid our intrepid hero, we bundled 3 fate bending dice in this set. The first among them, being the Bloodwood d20 of ill fortune which we shall call the d20- as it has no #20 on the die. Instead it sports two […]

  14. […] rejoice collectable card game fans! That day has finally come. You can also select from Blue Mahoe, Bloodwood, American Holly, Lignum Vitae, or you can even choose to have your Life Counter made from English […]

  15. So what’s a 10 Dice Polyhedral set. I mean what dice does it include? I’m trying to get a 7 dice D&D type set. How much would that be?

  16. Is there any guarantee and how long the dice will last? Or how well they will endure to actual game play?

    • all of our dice come with a life time warranty. roll them like your stole them.

  17. Hi, what’s the differene between the 10 d10 set and the 10 dice polyhedral set?

    • 10d10 – 10 dice with 10 sides each

      a 10 dice polyhedral set will include 1d20, 1d12, 1d10, 1d%, 1d8, 4d6, and 1d4

      • Cheers

  18. […] run of Fat Bastards are Pallea Burl (which is a fancy name for Chakte Viga Burl), Royal Ebony, Bloodwood, and Desert Ironwood, though the latter is already in the hands of Kevin Hearne, the author of the […]

  19. […] first one up is an awesome Bloodwood Yo-Yo that spins on a ball bearing shaft making it an easy sleeper. This Yo-Yo was cut in a hollow […]

  20. […] found in stones like Tiger’s Eye. Chatoyancy predominantly occurs in woods such as Bloodwood, Desert Ironwood and Purple Heart. Though most tree species do not normally exhibit this effect, […]

  21. So if i ordered the 10 dice poly set, its not going to be all the same wood ? Reason i ask is because from what I’ve read it doesn’t like the case.

  22. I’ve noticed some of the sets of dice don’t give me the option to buy, like this one, are these special time only things or only when you get them in stock do you put it up?

  23. This ^ how do I buy?

  24. 5 out of 5

    So it took almost 6 months to get this set. The dice are beautiful though. In natural sunlight they simply glow.

  25. 4 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I ordered these dice back in early February and received the set today. They are gorgeous, but I don’t recommend buying them if the only appeal is this vibrant red color showcased in the photo. Mine came in and were closer to a burnt brown hue than anything else.

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