South American Rosewoods Set


south american rosewood setThis combined set of three 10 Dice Polyhedral sets consists of True Rosewoods from South America. Included in the set are Amazon Rosewood (top), Cocobolo (middle), Kingwood (bottom), and Honduran Rosewood (box) which are all dalbergia sp. trees, thus belonging to the True Rosewood family. True Rosewood are highly sought after by luthiers for their superior tonal qualities and dense colorful grain patterns. The woods shown here are among the best to come out of South America. The blanks these dice were crafted from were each selected for having a striking sap wood contrast adding to the natural beauty seen in each of these woods.  There are 2 sets of these available. Whoever snags the first South American Rosewood set will be getting my personal set of Kingwood dice.
south american rosewood dice box

5 reviews for South American Rosewoods Set

  1. Pirate

    Oh, wow!

    • Charlie Brumfield

      i know right?! these two sets turned out amazing.

  2. Pete

    God this is a gorgeous set. I really need to be rich.

  3. Dawn Keller

    Has anyone purchased one of these yet. Wish I was rich so I could purchase a set of each of your mahoganies because my d&d/mud character’s favorite wood is mahogany. Of course she is a minotaur druid in a group of minotaurs.

  4. Tom

    I hope these were produced with reclaimed materials. Unless laws have changed, chopping down rosewood for manufacturing is illegal.

    • Charlie Brumfield

      sorry tom, your info is incorrect. please research the CITES treaty, as that is the international treaty that governs this sort of thing. some rosewoods are protected other are not. there between 2 and 3 dozen different species of rosewoods that are commonly available.

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