A luxury dice-tray for Gamers who value their hobby, and those tired of losing board game-pieces on the floor!
This is an elegant, traditionally built dice tray of solid construction.
Choice of beautiful hardwood materials, various finishes and lining fabrics
Compact and tough enough to be carried in a bag
Sliding compartment for dice or game-pieces, with magnetic catch
Our dice trays are made to order, by one crafts-person from start to finish. This means every tray will be slightly different, and will be made with care and a high attention to detail.
Construction of your order and shipping takes a maximum of 7 business days for orders within the UK, from placing an order to receiving your finished product. For orders outside the UK, please allow up to 14 business days.
Choosing Wood Types
Our core wood selection is made up of American Ash, White Oak, and Walnut. We’ve chosen these three wood types as they each have beautiful grain, feel great and are strong enough to make our products durable and long-lasting. The dark colour of Walnut stands out well against Ash and Oak, and so we use a combination of these contrasting colours in all our products. If you’d like a different wood type that we don’t currently offer, get in touch and we’ll see what we can do, although we don’t work with any wood that is listed as an endangered species.
Choosing Lining Material
We offer a wide selection of velvet, acrylic-felt and faux-leather lining fabrics. Each has been chosen for it’s pleasing texture and how well it compliments our products, no matter what wood choice. We also have a large and ever-changing collection of fabrics in our workshop that aren’t listed here, so if you have a special colour or material in mind, get in touch with us before placing your order.
Choosing the Finish
Danish Oil gives a beautiful, smooth satin to matt finish that compliments the wood, making the grain "pop". This is best for a more natural look, but doesn't offer as much protection as a lacquer finish. Oil finishes such as Danish Oil can be easily repaired in years to come by reapplying a fresh coat straight over the old.
Lacquer creates a glass-like glossy layer on the surface of the wood, creating an excellent barrier against spills and staining. The lacquer itself can become scratched, but the wood underneath is protected. Some prefer the natural look of Danish Oil, although lacquer still accentuates the figure and colour of the wood beautifully.