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Minh Singer Opal Dish

$ 90

Opal Dish. Stoneware with glazed, mineral-effect interior. Matte exterior with organically-shaped pieces on gilded rim. Please note that each item is handmade and therefore unique; variation is to be expected.

• Food Safe
• Hand Crafted
• 4.5 inch diameter
• Made in Brooklyn

Continental US
Ground (1-5 Business Days): $10
2-day (2 Business Days): $25
Next Day (1 Business Day): $50
FREE ground shipping for orders $200+

NYC Clients
Pick up in Brooklyn Store: Free
NYC Messenger Service (1–3 Hours): $20

International
Canada (5-7 Business Days): $25
Rest of World (5-10 Business Days): Calculated at Checkout

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Holiday Returns extended: items purchased between Dec 1 and Dec 24 from USA or Canada, can be returned within 4 weeks of the purchase date for exchange or store credit. Happy Holidays!

A return form will be included with your order. Full price purchases are eligible for a refund, one-time exchange or store credit. Sale purchases are eligible for a one-time exchange or store credit, if not marked 'Final Sale'. International purchases and Final Sale items are not eligible for return.

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More by Minh Singer Brooklyn, NYMinh Singer is a Brooklyn based artist and Pratt Institute graduate inspired by the world. Having lived around the globe, Minh Singer instills the ideals of design, warmth, the longing to be close to nature and humans, worldliness and functionality into her work. Each piece is made mindfully, meditatively, and references mystical objects of an unknown past to inspire our present.