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Kartell Bookworm 11 Bookend Bookshelf by Ron Arad
£416.00 £353.00
Kartell Bookworm 11 Bookend Bookshelf by Ron Arad
Kartell Bookworm Bookshelf by Ron Arad. This artistic, flexible bookshelf designed by Ron Arad; can be made into any desirable shape, holding up to 10kg on each support. The Bookworm makes an attractive eye-catching feature in any room, as well as providing a practical storage solution for books, CDs, DVDs, videos, ornaments, toys and much more. As shown approx 190 x 140cm - but varies according to shape. Shelf depth 20cm and height 19cm. Overall length 520cm.
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Roberts Revival Radio
£160.00
Roberts Revival Radio
Roberts Revival Radio. This iconic Roberts radio is housed in a classic 1950s case for a touch retro chic. Including advanced DAB features, the Roberts Radio produces superb sound. Revival features include rotary tuning and volume controls, RDS station name display, headphone socket, stereo line output socket and in socket for MP3/iPod playback, DC socket, favourite station preset button, amber display backlight, 120 hours battery life and a pratical carry handle for portability. Battery or mains operated.
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Lightyears Nosy Matt Polycarbonate Desk Lamp
£228.00
Lightyears Nosy Matt Polycarbonate Desk Lamp
Lightyears Nosy Matt Polycarbonate Desk Lamp. Nosy has a slim, flexible body that can direct light in any direction. You don't always need a large lampshade to spread light effectively. Nosy makes use of an asymmetrical reflector beneath its simple shade, which when combined with its extraordinary range, ensures an effective distribution of light. The light can be adjusted easily using the elegant touch-dimmer switch located on the base.
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The Rockstar Cook Book
£30.00
The Rockstar Cook Book
The Rockstar Cook Book. This collection of portraits has been created in the name of Teenage Cancer Trust and predominantly features those artists who have supported the charity over the years. Trust that these artists feel passionately about supporting the charity to the point that they'll be smothered in Marmite, have their knees nibbled by sheep, cuddle chickens or get pelted with Dayglo cupcakes to help make a difference. We salute and thank you for being a part of this project
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Hello Geronimo Map Of Britain Buttons and Badges Framed Art
£300.00
Hello Geronimo Map Of Britain Buttons and Badges Framed Art
Hello Geronimo Map Of Britain Buttons and Badges Framed Art. Each piece of this unique wall art is handmade in London by Vicky Cockell, the designer behind Hello Geronimo, drawing on her collection of vintage buttons, badges and embellishments. Taking recognisable silhouettes and shapes, she creates these colourful standout pieces by carefully placing each detail - for example in this outline of the British Isles, the Underground logo is used in place of London. An eyecatching and original piece of framed art for the home. Please note that because each piece is unique, the colour and size of the buttons and badges will vary from piece to piece.
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Fred Astaire - Getty Images
£170.00
Fred Astaire - Getty Images
Fred Astaire - Getty Images. Circa 1946: Fred Astaire (1899 - 1987) the stage name of Frederick Austerlitz, the American dancing star, dons the familiar top hat, Ascot tie and tails for his farewell rehearsal dance in Paramount's 'Blue Skies' after which he has announced he intends to retire. He is practising on the studio roof-top. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Presented in a black frame. The print is hand printed from an archived negative.
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Wild and Wolf Classic Red Series 302 Telephone
£58.00 £17.40
Wild and Wolf Classic Red Series 302 Telephone
Wild and Wolf Classic Red Series 302 Telephone. The iconic type 302 phone was designed by the prolific industrial designer Henry Dreyfuss and introduced in 1937. He used ear to mouth measurements from 2000 people to create the egonomic handset. The first to incorporate the bell in the base of the unit, the phone was originally cast in metal. This piece was later produced using a heavy-duty plastic housing. This early desk version served as the standard for the better part of World War II while telephone design efforts were halted due to defense work. Despite it's iconic style it is technologically compatible with modern day. It has a standard BT connection, last number redial, push button operation, ringer volume on/off switch, tone or pulse dialling and a volume control for the earpiece. H12 x W22 x D21cm
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