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Ceramic Skull Holder with Cobweb Design, Skull Container for Pencils & Pens, Toothbrush Holder, Planter, Horror Decor, Made in the USA

$25.00

Product Description

This ceramic skull is designed to be used as a holder or planter, it is finished an aged look and cobwebs.  This skull container can hold toothbrushes on a bath vanity, teaspoons or utility tools on a kitchen counter or pencils and pens on a desk.  It can also hold small tools normally used at a work bench or it can also be used as a planter for live, dried or silk plants.  This ceramic skull is a great piece for adding a little horror decor to any area of the home or office.
 
This skull holder is Made to Order.
  
The ceramic skull with cobweb design measures:
  • 4 1/2 inches tall,
  • 4 inches in diameter at the widest point
  • holds approx. 12 ounces
  • 2 inches in diameter opening at top.
This skull is made for fun and will compliment any of the other skull ware I make.  What better way to add a little creepiness to any bath or kitchen setting.
 
This skull container is made of ceramic slip and a plaster casting mold.  After the skull is removed from the mold it is altered into the container.  Once dried and cleaned it is kiln fired to bisque.   This skull is finished in a lead free underglaze colors sealed under a food safe gloss glaze.  The skull holder is also glazed inside with the same gloss glaze sealing the entire piece for added life.  

Coordinating skull ware items available.

Please keep in mind each one is hand made and hand painted and has its own individual characteristics.  Made in the USA. 

ORDER & SHIPPING INFORMATION

  • After the order is placed this item ships from our studio in approximately 1-2 weeks.
  • Please allow for transit time after the order ships.
  • Ships USPS Mail.
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Skull with Cobwebs Holder - Made to Order ships 1-2 wks
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Made to Order - Ships in 1 - 2 weeks
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