Wyrmwood Gemstone Dice are crafted by Level Up Dice, a leader in fine dice. Each set includes seven dice and a matching pendant, with our maker’s mark emblazoned in place of the “6” on the d6. Of course, they pair beautifully with our handcrafted Dice Vaults.
Wyrmwood Gemstone Dice – Blue Sandstone
Blue Sandstone has a stunning depth. A deep, dark blue, with countless sparkles throughout, the stone is reminiscent of nothing less than looking into a night sky full of stars. It’s associated with ambition, wishes and desires, and is regarded as a symbol of protection, as well.
Wyrmwood Gem Stone Dice – Mahogany Obsidian
Obsidian is formed from cooling lava – a stone forged in volcanic flame. In addition to its decorative uses, obsidian was used by stone age people for weapons and tools, and later, by Native Americans and Incans for weapons, mirrors and masks. Naturally, given its origins, Mahogany Obsidian is often associated with the earth and fire, and symbolizes stabilization and grounding.
Wyrmwood Gemstone Dice – Rose Quartz
Among the most desirable varieties of quartz, Rose Quartz has a gentle pink hue, completely unique among gemstones. It’s an alternate birthstone for January, and is associated traditionally with emotional balance and forgiveness. In addition the gem is regarded as a symbol of love and romance, making it an excellent choice as a gift for your favorite fellow adventurer…
Wyrmwood Gemstone Dice – Malachite
Malachite is a famous, very popular stone, with trademark distinctive alternating bands of light and dark green. The name comes from the Greek word for “mallow,” a green herb. Malachite has been highly sought after for decorative purposes and jewelry since antiquity. In ancient Egypt, the stone was seen as a ward against evil spirits, and a symbol of protection, especially for children.
Wyrmwood Gemstone Dice – Bloodstone
Bloodstone, sometimes called “the martyr’s stone,” is so named for the stark contrast posed by the red speckles among the predominantly green stone. A second alternate name, heliotrope, refers to the way some polished specimens reflect sunlight. Bloodstone is the traditional birthstone for March, the Zodiac birthstone for Aries, and an alternate for both Aquarius and Pisces. It is associated primarily with endurance, but also regarded as a symbol of justice. A particularly famous specimen is housed at the Louvre museum in Paris, which bears a carved seal of German Emperor Rudolf II.