This post is part of my Ceramic Samplings series, which looks at products from Ceramic Pleasure. To see more please check out the link here. I highly recommend Ceramic Pleasure and their products, which are affordable, unique, and made with passion and unwavering dedication. Creativity at its finest.
But in this instance I simply couldn’t stand by tradition.
I named this toy, affectionately, as it very first called to me: Shelly.
I just couldn’t help it! The moment my eyes located this dildo from an array of exquisite ceramics on display at Eroticon I could think of nothing else but a snail’s shell, and I adore snails.
As it happens I had just purchased a snail as a pet too (and was waiting for it to arrive) so perhaps snails were on my mind, but I really don’t think that many will begrudge me this association.
Proudly topping off a wonderful long and slender shaft, the bulbous tip of the Shelly swirls decoratively in to a practical swell that, as well as looking stunning, has a very practical application.
My first thought when I saw it may have been ‘That looks like a snail shell!’ but my second thought was undoubtedly ‘That’s going to be one heck of a ride for my G-Spot’.
The firmness of ceramics just works so well with the tried-and-tested curve & bulge design (especially when Ceramic Pleasures gives it their very own twist). A firm material allows users to arch toys such as the Shelly seamlessly in to place and then, by applying angled pressure, prompt the G-Spot to a point of sheer, overwhelmed delight.
Granted, I maintain that the glossy finish that ceramics invariably possess means that these toys lack drag (the final recipe for a great G-Spotting climax for me) but I really didn’t mind with the Shelly; I was too busy thinking ‘Woah, hey there. I was 100% right about you~<3’
Smiley symbols and silly nicknames seem like a necessity for this toy–it just looks playful, so how could I not approach it with an air of absurdity all my own? The colors of the Shelly are not necessarily my favorite, but they work well with the quirky nature of this lop-sided spiral of slender sensations.
And because the Shelly is so thin most people would not have an issue using it, even those new to insertables. The Shelly thus acts as a great toy for locating one’s G-Spot as well as just stimulating it.
To put it simply, if you have a G-Spot and a preference for firm, bulbed toys, then the Shelly is made for you.
I really do mean that, too, as ever Ceramic Pleasures toy is hand-made–meaning you’ll be putting in a personal request if you want this design. The toy produced may not completely replicate the Shelly that I own, but that’s the beauty of such fine creations. These dildos are also incredibly affordable, easy to clean (soap and water), and you can specify a color preference upon making your order.
One thing I will highlight is that, unlike some glass and metal toys, ceramic is not sturdy when dropped. I have sadly lost one of my lovely ceramic dildos to the unkind surface of my household, so buyers beware of clumsy moments and cherish your dildo.
Orgasms with this toy can vary for me. The first is usually great; immediate, firm, and abiding. The second one takes longer, eases me in to its subtler sensations (which are undetectable upon most first uses, as the bulging design take center stage over its swirls), and brings me to a soft peak. I’ve never chanced another go with Shelly but I can imagine that for as long as I want an orgasm this dildo will oblige.
Another great aspect of this dildo is that, due to its length and curve, I can easily insert it, angle it, and then squeeze my legs together for some hands free enjoyment while I entertain my clit and parts of Mr Peaches’ anatomy with my free hands. This is a massive win.
Of course Shelly is no Evermore but it doesn’t need to be. The experience it provides is completely different and it performs it with such aptitude that I wouldn’t wish it any other way.
Ceramic Pleasures know what they are doing and each product is an experiment in a new delight. In this instance, my vagina approves.