Dice trays are not just a fashion accessory, they’re useful to stop dice rolling off tables where they can be stolen by hungry pets or children, and they speed up dice rolling by containing those bouncing polyhedrals.
These dice trays are made by hand in the US and ship to many international locations. Even the deluxe tray costs less than £30. I’ve ordered one, and first-class international shipping adds about £20.
The trays are about 9.5 inches long, 8 inches wide, and 1.5 tall. Since they’re made by hand, there will be variations.
Dungeonheart points out a bonus to dice trays that I hadn’t thought of; the clatter of dice is reduced. Their trays are made from foam, glue, mod podge, paint, polyurethane sealant and, weirdly enough, pennies. It looks like they’ve been carved from stone, though.
If you want; you can personalise them with itchings for just a little more. There are a few ways you can etch the tray, but here’s an example.
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