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Dabitat™ Silicone Dishware: Celebrate 420 Green Man Faces Dish

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Dabitat™ is a project from the ladies of Team D-Nail making high quality accessory dishware for the dab habitat! Our goal is to use our creativity, knowledge and crafting skill to bring together beauty and practicality in every unique piece.

Celebrate 420 Green Man Faces Dish (01): 

A glass dish raised on three feet sculpted as bearded man face with multiple layers of shimmering silicone with encased pot leaf sequins. This dishware will be perfect for small accessories.

Silicone Pad:  Shimmer Bright Green with Bright Green Pot Leaf Sequins | Shimmer Umber
Outer Diameter:  100mm
Inner Diameter:  91mm
Depth:  ~23mm
Height:  48mm
Base Condition: used, some chipped edges*

 

Celebrate 420 Green Man Faces Dish (02): 

A glass dish raised on three feet sculpted as bearded man face with multiple layers of shimmering silicone with encased pot leaf sequins. This dishware will be perfect for small accessories.

Silicone Pad:  Shimmer Umber Pink/Yellow Pot Leaf Sequins | Teal Green Shimmer
Outer Diameter:  100mm
Inner Diameter:  91mm
Depth:  ~23mm
Height:  48mm
Base Condition: used, some chipped edges*

 

Celebrate 420 Green Man Faces Dish (03): 

A glass dish raised on three feet sculpted as bearded man face with multiple layers of shimmering silicone with encased pot leaf sequins. This dishware will be perfect for small accessories.

Silicone Pad: Teal Green Shimmer Blue/Green Pot Leaf Sequins | Coral Pink Shimmer
Outer Diameter:  100mm
Inner Diameter:  91mm
Depth:  ~23mm
Height:  48mm
Base Condition: used, some chipped edges*

 

Every Dabitat™ item is unique from the solid base to the soft silicone coating, most items are made from second hand items to up-cycle* old treasures into new treasures with a uniquely useful purpose.

* Second hand items have wear and tear of life upon them, which is often expressed in chips and scratches; we accept flaws as a part of the character of an individual piece.