First set of ceramics

lorcat02

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Hello,

I'm new to Poker Chip Forum. I'm a dealer at a casino, and player steered me here after I asked about his custom ceramic chip set. I run a regular dealer/player game, and have decided I'd like to invest in some nice ceramic chips. I've dealt, and played with ceramics, and they are certainly a step above any other chip in my opinion. Anyways my friend mentioned that there were people on here that can help with design, as well possibly even making the chips, or directing to a place that can help with that. The design part is what I would need help with most. Any help, or pointing in the direction I need to go next would be great.

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BGinGA

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My only concern with ceramics is possible fading.
Keep them out of direct sunlight and the oven, and quality ceramics will last a lifetime without fading. Heat and wear are the enemies, and a lifetime of home use won't equal 5 years worth of daily casino mistreatment.
 

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I'm new to this forum as well and it was @SeanGecko 's custom set that got me looking into getting my own set. You should check out Alibaba too which is the route I will end up going down once I have a design in mind.
 

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Those look really nice. Have you used them? My only concern with ceramics is possible fading. It's not too big of a concern though because this is a bi-monthly game
Used is an understatement. Ceramics hate heat. Keep them on the poker table and away from the oven and they are just fine.
 
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