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Set of 2 Trigg Tabletop Vessels White/Nickel - Umbra

Item# 210-80310517-AF | Model# 80310517 | Added on June 15, 2020 |
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Set of 2 Trigg Tabletop Vessels White/Nickel - Umbra
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Description
Feel like your home or workspace could use a touch of modern decor that can also be used to display anything from plants to office supplies? Introducing the Trigg Tabletop Vessel from Umbra Trigg Tabletop Vessels are an exciting way to keep small indoor plants or other items, such as pens, pencils or even makeup accessories, on display and close at hand. No matter how you use them, these stylish geometric tabletop vessels have a unique shape and modern finish that is certain to enhance any space in your home or office. Featuring a ceramic vessel and wire frame stand, this decorative vessel set can be configured to your liking. Use them to add an extra layer of height and dimension to your tabletop, or order multiple sets to create a mini indoor garden for your succulents or other small indoor plants. The larger vessel in the Trigg Tabletop Set measures 6 x 5.25 x 8 inches (15.5 x 14 x 20.3 cm) and the smaller vessel measures 4.25 x 4 x 5.75 inches (11 x 9.8 x 14.3 cm). Trigg is also available as a set of two small hanging vessels or a single large hanging vessel. For a truly unique planter that can store and display all kinds of small items, order the Trigg Tabletop Vessel Set from Umbra today. About Umbra: A global product design company providing original, modern, casual and functional design for the home. Gender: unisex.
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