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The Roller Stylus Pen by Ten Design Stationery is a rollerball pen and stylus on the opposite end. Designed to work with the vast majority of Smartphones and tablets, the stylus tip is made to work with virtually any touch-screen device. Not only is this great for improving your typing accuracy (resulting in fewer mistakes), it also is as responsive as a finger touch, excellent for people with long nails, keeps finger prints off screens, reduces contact with germs in public places and is ideal for playing games or drawing on your Smartphone or tablet. This capacitive stylus is merged into a straight hexagonal rod expressing an architectural sense. The magnetic caps on both ends provide an amazing capping experience that allows the caps to lock onto the pen. Jewel finish adds extra sheen and style. Black Ink Rollerball. German refill (universal type). Ten Design Stationery established in 2010, is a 100% Hong Kong design stationery brand. They aim to discover creative and practical elements for stationery and presenting them in the beauty of minimalism and provide attractive choices for design lovers. Ten is inspired from Japanese. The pronunciation of ten in Japanese means a point. Writing begins from a point; hence, they use ten as their brand name.
This beautiful Arts & Crafts welcome door mat is made from 100% natural fiber embedded into heavy rubber backing with raised flocked design. This Rose and Stem design was inspired by the Dard Hunter classic design for many Roycroft publications including "A Message to Garcia". : 29" x 19". Please note that it is ONLY available with "GROUND" shipment selection...
Our Arts and Crafts Prairie copper house numbers are sand cast from solid copper at a Kansas City foundry that has been in operation since the 1920's with eco friendly minimum 95% recycled materials. Oil rubbed to help preserve the finish until the natural patina process begins. Numbers are individually hand finished and inspected to guarantee quality. Copper numbers have...
The Frank Lloyd Wright house numbers have been adapted from the lettering style created by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1931 for use on exhibition drawings. The lettering style was created using 45 and 60 degree slanted lines and two compass curves. Each Frank Lloyd Wright house number is made of zinc alloy with a bronze color finish. Numbers come complete...
This autumnal rectilinear design is adapted from one of the two matching art glass skylights in the entrance to Frank Lloyd Wright's studio, at his home in Oak Park, Illinois, 1898. The pillow has a black solid color back, corded edges and 100% polyester fill. 18" square. Spot clean only.