Osage Orange is the Argentinean cousin of the Bois d’Arc tree. It tends not have the chatoyancy of Bois d’Arc due to the lack of silica in the soil in its native ranges, but it does have a much finer grain and rich light yellow to orange color. Osage Orange grows much larger than its Texas counter part and is there for commercially harvesting. Osage Orange is one of the 10 heaviest woods and is known for being extremely dense and difficult to work due to the tool dulling nature of the wood.
Got those in a Dice Box of Many Things. They are absolutly adorable and well crafted, the cut is perfect. They’re both extremely pretty and easy to read.