Carved from Mother Nature’s finest woods. These dice are what we’re known for. Its what we do. Here you’ll find roughly 150 species of woods, some exotic, and some not so exotic but each is a work of Mother Nature’s art in its own right.
Black and White Ebony
Black and White Ebony$42.00 – $167.00
Black and White Ebony is a rare member of the ebony family, found mostly in Laos. A very unique blend of colors are mixed in this stock and will produce different patterns and color arrangements. Like all Ebony woods, the thick wood stock needed to produce a full polyhedral set ensures Black and White Ebony’s exclusivity.
Bloodwood$42.00 – $167.00
Native to Central and South America, Bloodwood can range from a burnt orange to a deep red color. It has a pleasant smell and is quite dense. The chatoyance, or shimmer, is quite frankly amazing. It’s also one of the heaviest woods we use, making for an excellent set of dice. So much so it’s one of our top 3 recommendations for first time customers.
Bethlehem Olive Wood
Bethlehem Olive Wood$42.00 – $167.00
Every October, the olive trees in Bethlehem are pruned and the wood made available for artisans to create beautiful works of art. Bethlehem’s olive trees produce a more beautiful grain pattern than any other olive trees in Jerusalem due to their age. These trees’ roots date back to biblical times, and showcase a unique, wavy grain that offers sharp contrast to the light-toned olive wood.
PLEASE NOTE: Pens are not included with the set and we no longer craft rectangular boxes. Your dice will be shipped in our standard steel tin.
Please Note: This is the old style engraving. Your dice will be raster engraved. New pictures coming soon.
Tulipwood$42.00 – $167.00
Tulipwood is an exotic wood native to the tropical region of South America, mainly Brazil. It is a hard and heavy wood, with a rather fine texture. Tulipwood has irregular streaks of yellow, rose and red or violet on a cream to straw colored background. Dice made from Tulipwood take on an excellent polish. Most of our Tulipwood stock ranges in tone between the two images you see here.