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  • Black Palm Wood

    $63.00$273.00

    Black Palm Wood

    $63.00$273.00

    Native to Southeast Asia, the Black Palm produces dense, stringy wood that may vary in color but is widely known for its distinctive speckled, streaked grain pattern and color contrast. Its stringy quality makes for unique finishes. We reject nearly 50 percent of this wood due to the nature of the wood fibers and their tendency to split during the crafting process. Suitable samples of Black Palm Wood make for some of the most beautiful dice we produce.

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  • East Indian Rosewood (Sonokeling)

    $42.00$167.00

    East Indian Rosewood (Sonokeling)

    $42.00$167.00

    East Indian Rosewood is stupid hearty and sometimes contains chalk deposits that will rapidly dull our endmills. It’s a sensitizer which means it take a bit of extra effort to machine, but it’s worth it. It’s very durable and even termite resistant! Rich dark tones and gorgeous stripes are just a few reasons why East Indian Rosewood makes a beautiful set of dice. It’s also commonly used in guitar necks and thanks to its density alternating light and dark grains it polishes to quite a shine. It hails from Sri Lanka, Eastern India, and Indonesia.

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  • Olive Wood (Mediterranean)

    $27.00$103.00

    Olive Wood (Mediterranean)

    $27.00$103.00

    The olive tree is native to the coastal areas of southeastern Europe, western Asia, northern Africa and northern Iran. Its fruit, the olive, is a major source of olive oil. Olive wood grows in many regions around the Mediterranean. The olive tree is an evergreen tree and does not grow very tall. The average height of an olive tree is anywhere from 26 feet to 49 feet. Its trunk is usually crooked and twisted, leading to widely varied grain structures.

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  • Bubinga (African Rosewood)

    $42.00$167.00

    Bubinga (African Rosewood)

    $42.00$167.00

    Sometimes referred to as African Rosewood, Bubinga is a gorgeous exotic wood species, with a variety of exciting grain patterns and striking red, brown, and purple tones. Bubinga is quite hard and heavy with a nice uniform grain. This stock makes an excellent set of matched dice on account of the consistent grain.

    Bubinga may be loved as much for its quirky name as it is for its strength and beauty. Also sometimes called Kevazingo, usually in reference to its decorative rotary-cut veneer. It comes in as many diffrent grain patterns as someone can image and has an exceptional strength-to-weight ratio.

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  • Kingwood (Violetwood)

    $63.00$273.00

    Kingwood (Violetwood)

    $63.00$273.00

    Kingwood is another typical rosewood which is very dense and has a bell-like tap tone. This stuff truly does ring in larger sizes. Kingwood got its name due to the fact that it was the favored wood of King Louie the 15th and 16th. It is said that all the furniture in their entire palace used Kingwood inlays.

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  • Black and White Ebony

    $42.00$167.00

    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.

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  • Bloodwood

    $42.00$167.00

    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.

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  • Bethlehem Olive Wood

    $42.00$167.00

    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.

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  • Tulipwood

    $42.00$167.00

    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.

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