Where is the exotic Club Lagoon? Because based on this sultry ashtray, we want to go...though to get there, we'd need more than an address, we'd need a time machine. This ceramic bathing beauty is in excellent shape, with no chips or scratches and a very glossy glaze. If it was ever actually used as an ashtray (we doubt it) all traces are gone. We suspect it was merely admired as a small table sculpture with a lot of moxie.
6" W x 5" D x 2.5" H
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