Amber Glass Butt Plug with Crystal
Colors Against Cancer Amber Plug from Crystal Delights
Experience a new level in anal play with the Crystal Delight amber glass anal plug. The glass butt plug features a Crystal embedded in its tail offering a visually stunning experience for the wearer or the viewer. Each beautifully crafted glass anal plug is designed by highly skilled artisans, using techniques they have cultivated through years of experience.
Unique and handcrafted, each Crystal Delights glass anal plug has been designed for both intimate and aesthetic enjoyment. With no two toys exactly the same, every piece is an adult art sculpture with a special purpose in mind - with toys like the original plug described wryly as "boudoir booty bling".
Designed for the perfect passionate interlude, whether alone or with a partner, the tip is elongated for easier insertion, the slender stem glides down to a flared base, ensuring the plug is comfortable once inserted and is safe to use. The flared base keeps the toy safely outside of the body, enabling it to be retrieved, guided, and removed anytime you wish.
Specifications (all specifications are approximate)
- Short Stem - Small Bulb
- Length: 3.4" inches
- Insertable Length: 2.8" inches
- Bulb Diameter Width: 1.3" inches
- Base Diameter Width: 1.7" inches
- Weight: 3.4 ounces
Because these products are all hand made, they will differ slightly in the overall dimensions. Please expect that your piece will look very similar to the picture, but the dimensions given are approximate and no two anal plugs are exactly the same. With proper care and use, a Crystal Delights toy will last a lifetime.
- Smooth Body-Safe Materials
- Natural and Eco-Friendly
- Quality Borosilicate Glass
- Great for temperature play
Crystal Element: Gold.
As part of the Colors Against Cancer line of pleasure products, each purchase of this plug results in a donation from Crystal Delights towards awareness, advocacy and research around cancer. Amber Plug has a Gold Crystal Base / The Gold Cancer Ribbon honors Childhood Cancer