Patagonia Rosewood (Cebil)

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Cebil Polyhderal Dice

Also know as Cebil, Patagonian Rosewood is fast becoming one of my favorite Rosewoods, even though it is not a true Rosewood. Photos simply do not due this wood justice. The grain is simply outstanding. Patagonian Rosewood readily shines to a natural luster and has a metallic sheen that seems to irritate my camera. Patagonian Rosewood is light in color with vivid blue black stripes and is truly a sight to behold. Seriously considering making my gaming table from this South American wood. It’s primary use seems to be as hardwood flooring.

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7 reviews for Patagonia Rosewood (Cebil)

  1. Andrew Maddock

    I would love to know when you have this back in stock.

  2. Robert Parker

    Will we get a chance to see this intriguing wood cut into the polyhedrals any time soon?

    • Charlie Brumfield

      hopefully. but goose’s (our cnc machine) dance card is rather full at the moment.

  3. Luke Niedner

    I just bought a set of Bloodwood and I’m looking for a second set. Only thing is I’m having trouble choosing between Cebil and Queenwood. Do you have any pictures of either of these dice? I went through the Facebook page but couldn’t find the Queenwood. Thank you.

  4. Nicole Cassel

    My Cebil wood did not come out looking like this *le sigh* Must’ve gotten the butt end of this beautiful wood

    • Charlie Brumfield

      please email me a photo of your dice to contact@artisandice.com or you can post it to the forum. there may have been a mix up with the cebil dice. i think the minions picked up black mesquite instead of cebil as they are next to one another in our wood library.

  5. Luke Niedner

    Nicole, mine was the same. It seems there is very little blue in the wood. I posted a picture of mine online (should be on their Facebook). I’ve left the set out in the light and it has lighted up a bit.

    • Charlie Brumfield

      please email me a photo of your dice to contact@artisandice.com or you can post it to the forum. there may have been a mix up with the cebil dice. i think the minions picked up black mesquite instead of cebil as they are next to one another in our wood library.

  6. Tom Horner

    Just finished turning a peppermill using Cebil. Cracks have appeared (a few days later and before finishing). Any suggestions as to cause of cracks?

  7. Jenni Perrin

    I just got the set I ordered, and it definitely doesn’t look like this. No blue in it whatsoever. Kind of sad about that 🙁

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