What better to hold our famous goat milk soap than this whimsical soap dish with goat legs? William Beekman's famous Mercantile had its heyday during the Victorian era and he carried many decorative household items to meet the curious nature of his customers. Inspired by the naturalism, wit, and humor of Minton Majolica ware, we've collaborated with ceramic artist Barbara Murray Sullivan (part of our Beekman 1802 Rural Artist Collective) to create the Well-Heeled Soap Dish.
Each piece of ceramic is hand-formed and glazed and has it's own unique characteristics. Start your own herd!
The dish comes also comes with a complimentary bar of our Honey Goat Milk Soap.
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