Gold Ionized Ivory Jade Art Deco

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Innovation runs in our veins, and we’ve been working hard to bring new technology as well as redefining existing methods. As such we are proud to share our newest innovation, Gold Ionization. We took our well known ionisation process and worked out how to change the titanium for gold to give us a whole new way to look at ionisation.

A combination of cubism and bold lines and shapes, the Art Deco Glyphic design pays homage to the signature architecture style hailing from France. The featured strong but airy lines and hollow shapes bring some sleek sophistication to your gaming table, perfect for the high elf with a ridiculously heavy coin purse. Just like the buildings part of this architecture movement, your unique set of dice will continue to serve you forever more with style and elegance.

Ivory Jade is a Nephrite Jade and is a calcium magnesium silicate mineral. Ranging from white, off white or cream in colour, rarely it can also have a translucent effect.

Our Glyphic Range Dice feature entirely original designs produced in-house. Every design is a new and unique design based around a particular theme, giving you a marriage of design and material. All our designs have two key concepts in mind, style, and number legibility so that they can look stunning and be functional as well.

We recommend that you do not roll your semi-precious stone dice on a surface harder than they are (i.e., glass or wood tables). We suggest you roll them in a dice tray to prevent possible chipping or breaking. See more about caring for Semi Precious Stone here

Natural Stone Disclaimer: Please note when ordering a set of our Semi-Precious Dice, they are created from natural materials, and there will be differences between every die. Our Semi-Precious Dice are hand-crafted, so there may be minor variations such as slight size differences, asymmetrical faces, or off-centre numbering. As such, each die is unique and may not be perfectly symmetrical; their roll is as balanced as one would expect from acrylic dice.