I was in elementary school when I first remember finding dice beautiful. My brother had Dungeons & Dragons and we played together sometimes. I was drawn to the translucent dice and especially admired the shape of the d20s. That was long before sources like Etsy and ThinkGeek started offering all sorts of homages to the legendary d20.
Now you can get Critical Hit D20 Mug. The ceramic mug is bright red, so you won't ever overlook it among all your other gaming-themed mugs., d20 pillows and d20 cufflinks. The latest entry into the d20 decor range is ThinkGeek's
The mug is $12.99 (about £8, AU$17) and holds 12 ounces of your favorite liquid, most likely coffee or tea, but you could fill it with ogre mountain brew if you like.
The d20 shape is completed by a lid with a little handle. There's a regular mug handle on the side and a flat bottom, so it won't work as an actual rolling die should you lose all your real dice down in the couch cushions.
The mug will weather the assaults of a dishwasher or microwave, much as your powerful paladin will weather an onslaught of wraiths. If you're not into sipping hot beverages, you could always press the mug into service as a dice holder to decorate your gaming table.