Santa Rita Soapstone is a very hard soap stone used in counters tops and a really cool fireplace called a masonry heater that works by heating up a large mass of soapstone to give off heat long after the fire has died. Did I mention this stuff is hard? Yeah… it will toast a carbide bit in about 30 seconds without coolant. It has a super low talc content, making this Santa Rita soap stone incredibly durable. Unfortunately that means that unlike the other soapstones we use, this stuff can not be worked using regular wood working tools. Much like the marble d6’s we made a while back, Santa Rita soapstone has to be cut using a wet saw and milled using stone milling techniques.
Santa Rita Soapstone is quarried in Brazil and is unique in its deep forest green coloration. This is a seriously dark green. Nearly black with a shimmering crystalline spiderweb. The engraving gives a frosted effect making the numbers highly visible. And like the rest of our stone dice, all Santa Rita Soapstone dice come in a laser cut compartmentalized walnut dice box.