Brass Fly Box
Item #: 17415

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Minimal and elegantly irreverent, our Brass Fly Box is a twinkly chic way to stash your pocket change and loose bits. Pared down to its most essential elements, the box is first cast by hand then set in solid brass and decorated with iridescent abalone details. The mix of materials and shimmering surface is like jewelry for your desktop.

Each piece in our collection of brass bibelots is designed and sculpted by Jonathan and his team in our Soho studio. Next, it's cast in solid brass and polished to perfection by hand. Like a fine wine or your favorite leather jacket, our brass only gets better with age. Over time, the polished brass will develop a rich natural patina. If desired, buff out fingerprints and surface. And here's a nifty designer's tip: If you have no patience for patina, drop your brass in a bucket of acetone (but only at your own risk).

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  • 2″ H 5.75″ W 4.5″ D
  • Polished brass with abalone details

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Minimal and elegantly irreverent, our Brass Fly Box is a twinkly chic way to stash your pocket change and loose bits. Pared down to its most essential elements, the box is first cast by hand then set in solid brass and decorated with iridescent abalone details. The mix of materials and shimmering surface is like jewelry for your desktop.

Each piece in our collection of brass bibelots is designed and sculpted by Jonathan and his team in our Soho studio. Next, it's cast in solid brass and polished to perfection by hand. Like a fine wine or your favorite leather jacket, our brass only gets better with age. Over time, the polished brass will develop a rich natural patina. If desired, buff out fingerprints and surface. And here's a nifty designer's tip: If you have no patience for patina, drop your brass in a bucket of acetone (but only at your own risk).

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