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Relaxdays Leather Look Desk 7 Compartments Elegant Organiser Hei

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Relaxdays Leather Look Desk 7 Compartments Elegant Organiser Hei

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This desk supplies organiser is a practical accessory for home and office. The elegant faux leather with fine stitching turns the desk organiser into a stylish accessory. Organise your desk supplies and keep them ready at hand. The pen holder is equipped with 7 practical compartments. The storage box is very practical and handy; can be also used to organise your makeup, jewellery or cosmetics.Pen Holder Details- Total size H x W x D: app. 10.5 x 26 x 11.5 cm- Large pen holder H x W x D: app. 10 x 6 x 10.5 cm- Back compartment size H x W x D: 10 x 12 x 2.5 cm- Flat compartments H x W x D: app. 3.5 x 3.5 x 7 cm- Drawer size H x W x D: app. 5.5 x 11.5 x 6.5 cm- Weight: app. 220 g- Material: PU, Cardboard, Fabric- Available in various coloursFaux Leather Desk Organiser- 7 Compartments for all your desk supplies- Chic look with fine stitching- Get your workspace in order- Ideal for your office desk or at home- Can be used to store makeup amp; cosmeticsIncluded in Delivery- 1 x Pen Holder in Various Colours- Decorative items shown are not included

Relaxdays Leather Look Desk 7 Compartments Elegant Organiser Hei

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