Carefully handmade in the United States, each brass planter is polished for a warm, brushed finish. Color and texture variations are an inherent part of the natural brass material and lend each piece a unique character that will continue to develop and intensify with time and use. Completed with a cork base to protect furniture.
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This handcrafted wood veneer sleeve has geometric contouring, premium German wool lining, and a leather and brass pull strap to remove your device without grabbing or tugging. Organic textures protect your hardware from bumps and scratches on the go. Available in Eastern hardrock maple or Oregon black walnut.
Handmade in the USA.
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Sophisticated, yet utilitarian canvas and leather backpack from Want Les Essentiels de la Vie crafted for life on the go.
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Brass, leather, and handmade. What’s not to like?
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Food grade copper. Natural patina will occur over time.
Available in 3 different sizes.
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Despite its bold color and contrast, the SoSo maintains a clean, pure aesthetic that is suitable to a variety of contemporary interiors.
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The memo blocks are available in three modular sizes that form a rectangular shape when combined. Comes in white, gray, red, and a unique black option, which shows pencil marks in silver.
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Simple in form, elegant in execution, this opener is something you won’t want to keep hidden in a drawer when not in use.
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Oak with Flaxseed Oil. Made in Japan.
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A Swiss foundation with an Italian leather strap.
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The vegetable-tanned leather gets even smoother with age, and feels great to the touch. A natural black walnut wood tray holds a pen or pencil, and a bottom lined with cork keeps the Mouse Pad from slipping.
Also available in Tan.
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Made out of a medium weight french terry.
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Made of oxidized sugar maple.
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Heavy and elemental, the magnifier is made of a bronze housing and serves as both magnifying lens and paper weight.
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Steel construction, powder coated finish.
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Designed by Chen Lu Wei for Megawing these fun erasers let you assume the role of barber while you work, all you have to do first is make a mistake.
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Although the face of the World Clock may not seem out of the ordinary, its cylindrical body allows it to display 24 different time zones via a clever rolling mechanism. Independently working hands allow the clock to be quickly rolled back to any of its 24 time zones, while immediately transitioning back to the local time.
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