Studio Oh! Small Metal Catchall Tray, Alpaca

Studio Oh! Small Metal Catchall Tray, Alpaca

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Color: Eli Halpin Alpaca


  • Measures 3.75square X 375deep; ideal for holding jewelry, keys, change, paperclips, trinkets and treasures
  • Metal catchall features beautiful 4-color artwork from Eli Halpin
  • Metallic copper-colored coating on the bottom and rim of the tray adds just the right amount of shimmer
  • Add an interesting conversation piece to your next party by using metal catchalls as drink coasters; not microwave or dishwasher safe; hand wash only
  • The studio oh inspired collections of finely crafted and cleverly designed journals, planners, home and kitchen accessories are available on amazon

Binding: Kitchen

Release Date: 29-06-2016

Details: If the table by the front door, the bathroom counter or top of your dresser is in a jumble maybe it's time to clear the clutter with a fabulous studio oh metal catchall. This versatile little metal tray is the perfect place to organize all your trinkets and treasures, from keys and coins to jewelry and other loose items. Its delightful artwork is printed using a unique four-color technique, and the metallic copper-colored coating on the bottom adds just the right amount of shimmer. And, at 3.75-inch Square, it also could be used as a cupcake plate or drink coaster. the passionate and creative designers at studio oh believe that products should not only be relevant to the needs of today's consumers but also should be environmentally responsible, infused with energy, elevated design, richly-saturated colors and fine craftsmanship. From beautiful calendars loaded with super functional planning features and stationery and journals that move and inspire to kitchen linens and tablet accessories with plain-old-amazing designs, studio oh invites you to explore their extraordinary products available on amazon.

EAN: 0846307029241

Package Dimensions: 3.9 x 3.8 x 0.1 inches

The Studio Oh! Small Metal Catchall Tray, Alpaca is evocative, to say the least, but that's why you're drawn to it in the first place.

Inventory Last Updated: Aug 03, 2021