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    The Goldie

    Size: 50 x 50cm

    Made from 100% merino wool. Available in Black & White or Colour A collaboration between Stokperd and Turner Studio celebrating a return to a more honest approach to luxury, when objects were valued by how difficult they were to make and how good it felt to hold them. Each cushion is painstakingly crafted by hand, with even the fabric being hand wrought from raw, 100% merino wool. As a nod to their distinctly Seventies aesthetic, the cushions are named after some of the decade’s most iconic characters: Cher, Farrah and Goldie. FREE DELIVERY
    R2,280.00
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    The Cher

    Size: 50 x 50cm

    Made from 100% merino wool. Available in Black & White or Colour A collaboration between Stokperd and Turner Studio celebrating a return to a more honest approach to luxury, when objects were valued by how difficult they were to make and how good it felt to hold them. Each cushion is painstakingly crafted by hand, with even the fabric being hand wrought from raw, 100% merino wool. As a nod to their distinctly Seventies aesthetic, the cushions are named after some of the decade’s most iconic characters: Cher, Farrah and Goldie. FREE DELIVERY
    R1,160.00
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    The Farrah

    Size: 50 x 50cm

    Made from 100% merino wool. Available in White or Colour A collaboration between Stokperd and Turner Studio celebrating a return to a more honest approach to luxury, when objects were valued by how difficult they were to make and how good it felt to hold them. Each cushion is painstakingly crafted by hand, with even the fabric being hand wrought from raw, 100% merino wool. As a nod to their distinctly Seventies aesthetic, the cushions are named after some of the decade’s most iconic characters: Cher, Farrah and Goldie. FREE DELIVERY
    R1,600.00
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    The Ndebele Desk

    Size: L1000 X D600 X H750

    Powder coated metal frame and birch ply tops. Available in White / Pink / Yellow The love-child of our collaboration with Fabrica. The Ndebele tribe use pattern as a form of communication, a tradition that is passed down from mother to daughter.
    R6,700.00

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