Stone Inlay

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purple heart and turquoiseWe’ve been working with turquoise for inlay for quite a while now, but recently we’ve begun to use a number of the new materials for inlay work. The results are astounding. Our crushed stone inlays add a nice heft to the dice and a visual punch not seen in our standard milled pips.  While our Aurora Inlays capture the haunting glow of one of natures most impressive sights, the Aurora Borealis.

hard maple and crushed amethyst

Below you will find a list of options you may choose to have us inlay your dice with. Each option adds a unique flair to your custom dice set. We have eight different semi-precious stones we currently use for inlay work as well as seven different colors in our Aurora inlay. You’ll find the inlay options in the drop down box located on each of our Druid’s dice pages.  Below you will find a complete list of stone inlays we are currently offering.

Mpingo with Amethyst Inlay

Mpingo with Amethyst Inlay – adds 14 grains per die

Mpingo with Brimstone Inlay

Mpingo with Brimstone Inlay – adds 7 grains per die

American Holly with Jet Inlay

American Holly with Jet Inlay – adds 11 grains per die

Mpingo with Crushed Pearl Inlay

Mpingo with Crushed Pearl Inlay – adds 12 grains per die

Mpingo with Garnet Inlay

Mpingo with Garnet Inlay – adds 15 grains per die

Mpingo with Lapis Lazuli Inlay

Mpingo with Lapis Lazuli Inlay – adds 14 grains per die

Mpingo with Malachite Inlay

Mpingo with Malachite Inlay – adds 9 grains per die

Mpingo with Opal Inlay

Mpingo with Opal Inlay – adds 12 grains per die

Mpingo with Turquoise Inlay

Mpingo with Turquoise Inlay – adds 7 grains per die

 

The sample pairs you see above are available and can be purchased below. Each pair will ship in a laser cut cedar box.

6 reviews for Stone Inlay

  1. Sean

    I saw all the inlay options on the druid dice pages except for turquoise. Will that inlay eventually be available for druid dice as well?

    • Charlie Brumfield

      thanks for the heads up. i’ve added it to the options list. you should be able to find it there now.

  2. RayusBear

    If I ordered a Poly set (the non 10d10 kind) with the Inlay, would the pips on the d6’s would get the inlay?

    • Charlie Brumfield

      yup, it would be just the d6’s on the poly set.

  3. Jack Reynolds

    So the poly dice would not have the semi-precious inlay?

  4. Robert

    Do these affect the durability of the dice at all? Are they likely to come out over an extended time period or use?

  5. Sean

    Can we get (…what did you call it… “Jester Inlay”)? Where a set of D6s runs through the list of inlay-types?

    …Could we get it with the Aurora inlays?

  6. Brett

    Have you experimented with adding the inlays to the laser engraved faces of polyhedrals? I obviously know nothing of your proprietary methods so I can’t even guess at the feasibility of this, but I thought I’d ask.

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