Buckeye Burl is one of the gnarliest-looking domestic woods to be found. The only bad thing is that it is exceedingly lightweight. We’ve been working on a way to add a bit of heft to this particular wood for awhile now, and the best way we’ve found is to stabilize it with an acrylic resin under vacuum. This pulls all of the air out of the wood and fills the voids with acrylic. If that acrylic is carrying a pigment when it gets forced into the pores of the wood, then the results are visually spectacular.
This test run consists of 20d20s in 4 different colors of stabilized Buckeye Burl:
Note: Prices below are for a single d20 in one of the above colors. We have 5 of each color available.