View Full Version : Trying to find ceramic dice

2014-10-13, 03:05 PM
So, I'm trying to find a set of ceramic dice for my wife for our anniversary. I don't know if I'm in the right subforum, but I'm taking a stab at this one. Google's turning up a few sites, but I have no clue if any of them are reputable. Can anyone give me a direction of where to go?

2014-10-13, 03:43 PM
When in doubt, I just troll Amazon lists. ThinkGeek is overpriced (and a bit overrated) but you could give them a shot too. I'd also suggest looking up local gaming stores if your town has any.

2014-10-13, 04:49 PM
I was at a pottery studio this weekend and one of the people who works there incorporates a lot of dice into ther sculptures. You could ask her if you want a custom made set.


2014-10-13, 05:19 PM
Are these supposed to be ornamental? When I think of ceramic, I don't think of things which are meant to be jiggled around and thrown onto hard surfaces. Just curious.

2014-10-13, 07:42 PM
Functional would have been preferred. She really liked the soapstone dice someone brought to the last game, and since china is a traditional second anniversary gift (and we have all the china we want) I applied some linear thinking. But if its not possible to get a working set, I need to think of another gift. Anniversary is next Monday, and I mistakenly thought we weren't getting each other gifts this year.

2014-10-13, 09:42 PM
Ask on this thread, maybe: