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RH Vintage Industrial Foosball Table

Foosball is one of the oldest table games, invented in the early 1900s, and this finely crafted foosball table exudes a vintage industrial aesthetic that we love, making this one of a kind piece a must have for your game room. The handsome tabletop pitch is finely crafted of natural volcanic basalt set in a reclaimed hardwood case and mounted atop sturdy cast iron legs, making this table a charming addition to any room in your home. The table features solid steel player rods and wooden handles along with gold and silver players. Metal abacus style scorers makes keeping score simple. Another great vintage-style product by Restoration Hardware.



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AUTONOMOUS TENT COCOON

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