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Formerly a PC-exclusive gamer, Kae was introduced to the tabletop world by gateway of the World of Warcraft TCG. Since then, her interests have broadened with her favorite games including Battlestar Galactica, Pathfinder, Lord of the Rings LCG, WarmaHordes, and more. Kae is willing to try just about any game and loves learning new strategy.

Shining Some Light on Artisan Dice

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Back before I:T was born, I followed a Kickstarter project that I’ve adored since the first time I saw it. If you’ve read us for a while you know that I’m a sucker for dice, and I even collect unique ones. I’d like to put a spotlight on a company that I feel creates excellent products that will make the gamer inside of you awestruck. Artisan Dice is based out of Texas, started by Charlie Brumfield.  His experimentation with exotic wood led to a full-blown Kickstarter project which funded quickly and to the production company we see today.

I look forward every week to seeing the photos they post to Facebook of the various dice sets they work on, using fine woods and metals. Woods including African Pearwood, Mahogany, Palm, Blue Mahoe, and so many others. Dice sets can also be sold in special boxes for traveling with these special dice, as well as the option to just purchase some random d20 pieces. When you select a wood for your dice set, the website tells you about the wood type and its uses elsewhere, in addition to any differences you may see in your order. These dice, like trees, can have varying appearances when the product is finished!

Artisan Dice sets start in the low $40 range and increase depending on the type of set you desire. Sets of d6 dice, Fudge dice, d10 sets, and polyhedral sets are all available. If you are looking for a high quality die that is guaranteed to please and last, you should at the very least check out the selection that Artisan Dice offers. Want to see their process? Like them on Facebook for production photos and finished sets!

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One Comment on “Shining Some Light on Artisan Dice”

  1. Upset February 4, 2017 at 12:15 PM #

    Run fast and run far. The quality of work is poor. And then claimed to be an artistic rendition…. (off centered misshapen dice is not artistic if meant to be used as actual dice.)

    And there is an even better chance that you will just never get your dice and will be out $300+ for a single set of dice. That they also will not refund. Check out any review that isn’t on their own webpage or facebook. They block users from their page if they even ask about their product. anything that paints them in a negative light is immediately removed, and then they don’t even respond to the costumer that has already paid. They continue to take orders knowing they can’t deliver.

    Check out bbb, reddit, dice maniacs groups on facebook or any other number of pages created and dedicated to steering the unaware away from this fraudulent company.

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