I just got 575 Milano Clay poker chips.
These are very nice chips, I really like the look, feel, and sound they have.
On many of these chips the inlay, especially on the edge, is not a nice line. I know there should be some randomness to the inlay, but on a bunch of them on the edge the inlay spreads across the edge in a weird way. See pictures.
I donít like the way it looks at all. I contacted ClaySmith and this is what they replied:
ďUnlike the ceramic and injection molded chip, they are a softer chip. Each chip is uniquely different in appearance. This is one way to tell that it is a true clay chip, and is a desirable quality. This is why the casinos in Vegas use them.Ē
I went through all my chips and here is how many had this problem:
$1 chip - 45 of 125 = 36%
$5 chip - 41 of 150 = 27%
$10 chip - 47 of 100 = 47%
$25 chip - 27 of 100 = 27%
$50 chip - 7 of 50 = 14%
$100 chip - 9 of 50 = 18%
This is my first clay set of poker chip. Is this look on the inlay edge normal for clay chip? I donít like the look of the edge on those chips at all. Do I have to high of expectations?
Thanks for the help.