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Bottoms Up Pet Dish

The Bottoms Up pet food dish is an elegant solution designed by Andrew Coslow, it takes on a fresh approach to your pups dinner time. Raised up off the ground 8.5” to aid digestion, the bowls can easily be clipped in and out of the wooden base for cleaning. If we get to have fine china, then your pup deserves to have something nice too.



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INDOOR TABLE | BY MANOTECA | Image

INDOOR TABLE | BY MANOTECA

Manoteca is an Italian workshop that uses old abandoned things and recycled materials to produce redesigned and reassembled products. The beautiful Indoor Table is made from vintage exterior doors in solid Chestnut wood from 1800s. When opened, its a study desk with iron pockets, a wooden static drawer, a big sliding one and a movable iron tray. The drawer and the iron tray slide in both directions and can be used as an additional open surface to put things on. When...
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EMSA FLOW CARAFE | KEEPS YOUR WINE COOL | Image

EMSA FLOW CARAFE | KEEPS YOUR WINE COOL

Great product by leading German manufacturer of kitchen and home accessories Emsa. The Flow Carafe is the perfect solution for keeping your wine cool on hot summer days. With a sleek, modern look, the Flow keeps your wine or other beverage ice cold for up to 4 hours. All you have to do is place the freezable disk inside the stainless steel coaster, and you´re ready to go. Another nice detail is the self-closing lid on the stainless steel pouring spout, great featur...
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MINI MUSEUM

Mini Museum is a new project currently taking Kickstarter by storm. Each mini museum is a handcrafted, individually numbered limited edition, portable collection of authentic and iconic curiosities carefully encased in resin, such as a piece of Lunar rock, T-Rex tooth, dinosaur egg, a piece of a palm tree from Antarctica, a piece of a meteorite, mammoth hair, a mount Everest rock, a piece of coal from the Titanic wreck, even a piece of dinosaur dung! Each mini museu...
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