Why should your sexy shave soap be kept in a lackluster dish? Cradle it in the baddassery it deserves.
Don't want to use it for soap? It's also a great dish for your keys or change, jewelry, snacks or navel lint. Whatever you want to use it for, the Skull dish will live up to your expectations.
Washing it is easy with soap and water or you can even put it in the dishwasher. It's also microwave safe.
The Rebecca Graves Pottery Skull Soap Dish is individually wheel thrown on the potter's wheel. When it is halfway to dry (we call it leather hard), a black slip (really wet clay with colorants added) is brushed over the surface. Rebecca then free hand carved each bowl before setting them on the rack to dry for several days. Once dry, the bowl is bisque fired, dipped in a clear glaze she mixes in the studio and finally fired to cone 6 (about 2230 degrees) which takes 24-28 hours from the time the kiln starts until it is cool enough to unload. The entire process takes a minimum of 10 days but if it's humid and drying is slowed, can take up to 3.
The dish measures approximately 3.5" diameter and is about 1.25" tall. Please keep in mind that each one is handmade so yours will vary slightly from what is pictured, but we promise to send you one seriously badass soap dish.
If you like the Skull Soap dish, you might also like the Skull Lather Bowl for wet shaving.