Brass Filigree and Marbled Red Dice Bag
Dragon Chow Dice Bags
This dice bag has brassy filigree-style flourishes on a deep red background on one side, with marbled red cotton on the reverse and a black drawstring. Each Dragon Chow Dice Bag is handmade in Canada to be fully flat bottomed and reversible, so that they stand sturdily on the gaming table and will not tip your dice. Each standard dice bag is roughly five inches tall, and four inches across on each side. This allows each bag to hold a generous helping of dice while opening wide enough that they are easily accessed while you're gaming.
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