A beautiful range of vases designed by Jane Mount, author of Bibliophile and co-creator of My Ideal Bookshelf, suitable for holding kitchen utensils, flowers, pens and more. 'A Compendium of Flowers' features a quotation from Oscar Wilde on the back: 'With freedom, books, flowers, and the moon, who could not be happy?' 'The Writer's Companion' features a quotation from John Keats on the back: 'A thing of beauty is a joy for ever.' 'Collected Curiosities' has a quotation by Louisa May Alcott on the back: 'The power of finding beauty in the humblest things makes home happy and life lovely.'
Oh the irony! What would the renowned philosopher, economist and revolutionary socialist make of this money box? He'd probably turn in his Highgate grave. Das Kapital for your capital. Then spend your savings on whatever you chose - you might want to turn his face to...
We all love reading a good book in the bath, so why shouldn't your rubber duck enjoy one too? Please note, this duck does not squeak; after all nothing should disturb your precious reading time! 8cm high.Plastic duck.
Felix Klein came up with the idea for this form when looking at non-orientable surfaces, such as the Möbius strip. A Klein Bottle does not have an edge - it is boundary-free, and an ant can walk along the entire surface without ever crossing an...
For anyone who has ever felt overwhelmed by their to-read pile, these metal bookends carry the phrase 'so many books' on one and 'so little time' on the other. They are crafted from cut metal. Black metal, 15cm high. Each pair of bookends comes boxed.