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Traditional and ceramic is exactly what it is. This is the second one I have bought - one for the shower and now one for the sink. Having a hard time finding a good liquid hand soap, so I went back to the "old ways". Somewhat expensive, but it will last a lifetime, and then some.
It’s a soap dish. A really nice ones, but a soap dish. An upgrade from the old plastic one
Keeps the soap dry and adds a nice touch of style to the bathroom. Purchased the matching toothbrush holder as well to complete the look.
I can remember my Grandmother having this kind of soap dish when I was a kid ( am in my mid-sixties now ) and it always kept the soap dry and in a convenient spot. This item is well made, and is one of those little luxuries that you can treat yourself to. After all, we need to spoil ourselves once in a while! Regards John
It's an expensive soap dish, but it's also a very, very nice soap dish and I'm happy with it. It sits on the bathroom counter, next to the sink. I like the two-part design. The holes allow for ventilation and I've found that there isn't much clean-up required of either component. I've also used the bottom part separately - I occasionally fill it with warm water and soak my shaving brush in it. I did this on a whim and it seemed to work. It's very attractive and very civilized (how I describe things that aren't necessary for survival but make survival more pleasant).