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.
- Looks, sounds and feels great to use
- Choice of beautiful hardwood materials, various finishes and lining fabrics
- Compact and tough enough to be carried in a bag
- Fits on the boards of popular family games
- Sliding compartment for dice or game-pieces, with magnetic catch
- Rubber feet to protect surfaces
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.
Shipping takes a maximum of 7 business days, from placing an order to receiving your finished product.
Also known as White Ash or Canadian Ash, this is one of the most widely available quality hardwoods, and there's a reason why it's so popular. This wood has a beautiful grain, a light clean colour and a great texture, which is why it's widely used for items such as baseball bats or tool handles where the feel of the material is important. Ash has a medium density, so isn't nearly as heavy as Oak, but almost as strong. It's light brown colour is improved by most finishes, the wood is tough and has great shock resistance. We offer American Ash as either the main or accent material in either our Dice Chests or Dice Trays, with Walnut as the contrasting wood. The light colour of Ash looks great against the dark, rich brown of Walnut.
Walnut's most striking feature is it's colour, a rich chocolate brown with hints of a purplish-black. This hardwood has a smooth, even texture, and the subtle grain is improved by most finishes. This is a stable, high quality wood that is durable without weighing too much, widely used in high quality items such as luxury furniture or gunstocks. This wood contrasts well against lighter woods, and so is offered as either the accent or main body material with Ash or Oak provided as the contrasting wood.
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.