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Edison Mini File, Navy

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Estimated Delivery Oct 24 - Oct 28th
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MSRP: $23.50
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Item Description

A playful seriousness is the proper attitude for facing work to be done. The Edison Mini Files are built from sturdy epoxy-coated steel for serious functionality, while the circular patterns add fun to your surroundings. Perfectly sized to organize letters, note cards and smaller catalogs on your countertop or desk.

About Texture by Design Ideas

Design Ideas creates innovative, interesting and affordable accessories and furniture for the home and office with talented makers and artisans around the world.
  • Overall: 7.5"H x 3.1"W x 6.6"D
  • Size: Mini
  • Color: Navy
  • Weight: 0.61 Lbs.
  • Material: Epoxy-coated Metal
  • Assembly Required: No
  • Weight: 0.67 Lbs
  • Ships Ground
  • Ships for free
  • Wipe Clean With Damp Cloth.
Made in
  • China
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