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Palette Coasters

Spanish studio Labyrinth have created these very original, durable coasters. They scaled down the standard euro pallet to one tenth of its size, creating these stackable palette coasters that are exact miniatures of the industrial models, right down to their quality stamps.

Available now in the US from amazon, and in Europe at the Labyrinth online store




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