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Truewon Stone Dice , Set of 7 Handmade Dice for RPG ,DND Made by

Product description

Color:White Crystal a

Metal dice? NO. acrylic dice? NO. It's made of natural gemstones.
You may find a lot of loot during a typical campaign, but it isn't quite so often that you find real treasure.
They're the perfect display piece for avid collectors
We suggest a dice tray but it still tough enough for regular gameplay.
Every face distinct from the next, featuring the natural striations, layers, and even trapped detritus that characterizes each stone.
Additionally, because these dice are hand-cut and hand-engraved, please allow for minor variations in shape and number placement.

Package contains:
7 dices:1* D4, 1*D6, 1*D8, 1*D12, 1*D20, 2*D10 (D10amp;D00)
1*dice tray(gift)
1*dice box

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