East Indian Rosewood is stupid hearty and sometimes contains chalk deposits that will rapidly dull our endmills. It’s a sensitizer which means it take a bit of extra effort to machine, but it’s worth it. It’s very durable and even termite resistant! Rich dark tones and gorgeous stripes are just a few reasons why East Indian Rosewood makes a beautiful set of dice. It’s also commonly used in guitar necks and thanks to its density alternating light and dark grains it polishes to quite a shine. It hails from Sri Lanka, Eastern India, and Indonesia.