Pink Ivory Polyhedral Dice

Pink Ivory


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Pink Ivory Polyhedral DiceHow pink is Pink Ivory? Very pink. Barbie Pink. Pink Ivory was a sacred wood to the Zulu chiefs of South Africa. It was said that if anyone other than a Zulu chief was found to possess the wood, they would be executed. At one time, it was said to be rarer than diamonds.   The wood grows in various parts of South Africa, and takes hundreds of years to reach a size suitable to make a blank. It turns out however, that it is not quite as rare as we have been led to believe, and nowadays this extremely slow-growing, and exceedingly hard wood is harvested with proper permits from the South African government to ensure a sustainable harvest for decades to come. Even so it is still one of the rarest commercially available woods in the world.

Pink Ivory is used in many applications from inlay and marketry, to wood turnings and musical instruments. It’s highly valued for its tight dense and consistent grain which gives it an excellent tap tone, solid weighty feel, and very smooth coloration. Pink Ivory is definitely one of nature’s most beautiful woods.

If you’d like to get Pink Ivory along with some of our other brightly colored woods, please check out our Jayme’s Dice set, which includes Pink Ivory, Blue Mahoe, and Purple Heart dice in an American Holly box.

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2 reviews for Pink Ivory

  1. […] of our Purple Heart test boxes. The first 2 sets of dice can be see to the right and are made from Pink Ivory, which has become one of my favorite woods to work with over the past year, not to mention that once […]

  2. […] this year for Valentine’s Day, we’ve made a handful of d20 sets from Red Heart, Pink Ivory, and American Holly all wrapped up in a laser cut figured Black Walnut dice box. We’ve also […]

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