Sweet Jesus, Shedua goes by more names than you can shake a stick at. Depending on the importer who shipped it in from Africa, Shedua is called Hyedua, Black Hyedua, Ovangkol, Amazoué, Mozambique, or Amazique. Whatever you call it, Shedua is a relative of Bubinga and it exhibits some of the same traits, like an amazing figure and curl along with a glass like polish. Shedua is a golden tan to brown wood with dark streaking patterns and most commonly seen with a three dimensional curl or figure.
Please Note: This is the old style engraving. Your dice will be raster engraved. New pictures coming soon.
Just got these dice for my dice box of many things and i couldnt be happier! The wood has a beautiful sheen and grain pattern to it and a gorgeous deep brown almost chocolate color to it. One of the d6 has a very minor blemish on it but im perfectly fine it. They roll great and look great! Cant wait to use them to kill my players!