Dice Cube Box in Marine Goatskin

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The Dice Cube Box is handcrafted in Marine Goatskin and embellished with white saddle leather inlaid dots.
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The Design
The Dice Cube Box is handcrafted in Marine Goatskin and embellished with white saddle leather inlaid dots. The box opens to reveal 2 square trays and 1 removable triangular tray which is held in place by conealed magnets. The versatile Dice Cube Box is perfect on the dresser, on the desk, in fact anywhere in the home or office.

Product Care
Maintain the beauty of your Asprey goatskin product to ensure it endures though time. Avoid direct contact with heat, water, light & oil, as well as any situation that is either too humid or dry. Wipe away any moisture as soon as possible. When not in use, store your goatskin product in the dust bag provided and in a clean, dry, temperate atmosphere. Commercial care products are not kind to Asprey goatskin products. A soft dry cloth is sufficient to maintain the beauty of the leather.
Features
  • Dice Cube Box
  • Goatskin exterior and interior
  • Saddle leather inlaid dots
  • Concealed magnet closure
Specification
  • Height : 12.5cm / 5"
  • Length : 12.5cm / 5"
  • Width : 12.5cm / 5"
  • SKU : 1063531
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