While idle in camp, early American soldiers would take lead musket balls and hammer them into crude dice for entertainment - we cast our lead-free pewter dice to closely resemble such dice size and weight.
Dicing games such as Hazard were 18th century tavern favorites in the North American colonies, and the forerunner of today's most popular dice games. Although gambling may have met with disapproval from many "proper" persons during the 18th and 19th centuries, dice were nonetheless a common household item as many board games called for a pair of dice for play.
We package 3 lead-free pewter dice in a poly bag with a history and instruction card.
WARNING CHOKING HAZARD SMALL PARTS Not for children under 3. Recommended for adults and children aged 8 years and above.