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Swedish Wheelbarrow. With a low center of gravity

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The low center of gravity contributes to maneuverability and rolling stability, it has a powder coated sheet steel tub and a pneumatic tire mounted on a steel rim and a sleeve bearing. We deliver it in kit form which you can assemble it in a few minutes. Swedish Wheelbarrow

Optically attractive haptically agreeable. Our Corrugated Iron Flowerbed

For raised bed gardening. It’s a raised produced exclusively for us by a corrugated iron specialist in southern Westphalia. The round shape of corrugated iron lends the bed high stability and rigidity. And it’s handsome object to have in the garden.
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Gloverall Hooded Jacket. A casual lightweight

The cut is casual and thanks to the straight forward fit it has extra freedom of movement. Two reach-in pockets on the sides with yokes have plenty of room for keys, wallet and sundry. The adjustable hood provides refuge from the weather.
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Straw hats from Tuscany. Superb material and craftsmanship

The Marzolano summer wheat, an uncommon variety with an extra long stalk, specially grown for these hats, will no longer be cultivated in Tuscany. A shame. Still, we managed to secure quite a big delivery of these beautiful summery hats. You can almost hear the wind rustling through the stalks…
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Manufactum Small Outside Lamp. Modelled on a found object from the 1920s

With a balanced design and clear lines, made for us by a metal smith in Saxony who fashions the individual components and, bends the support tube in a clean right angle without the tube losing its rectangular profile: an important aspect of the sign and a delicate metal working task. Brazed and electrogalvanized for a long life outside.
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Sneeboer Edging Spade. Straight edges with a light rocking motion

Because of its crescent moon shaped blade it could as well be called a “lawn edge cutter“: Just rock it gently along a straight edge (a piece of stretched string or roof batten) to obtain a clean edge for your lawn. The blade will keep its sharpness without whetting.
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Mariposa Chair. In a worthy lineage with the “Butterfly” chair.

That’s what “mariposa” means in Spanish: butterfly. Our chair goes back to an Argentine design from the 1920s. The surface of the leather seat seems to be projected from the frame made of crisscrossed round steel bars. The result is a posture preserving, very comfortable chair to to sit in.
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Garden Table Made of Galvanized Steel. A compact, slender piece of furniture

Compactly dimensioned and slender. It is especially for use in tight quarters on the balcony or terrace. Made of hot-dipped galvanized sheet steel that shrugs off the weather. One shelf on top, one on the bottom, one with holes and one without, for many different uses.
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Nigel Cabourn Men’s Oxford Shirt. Full-twisted weave with a good feel

With threads that aren’t twisted as tightly as usual, giving the shirt a comfortable feel. Has a discreet color scheme and typical, light structured weave. Nigel Cabourn tailors his shirts from robust Oxford. Comfortable to wear, with a shaped insert in the sleeve to enhance the wearing comfort of the pre-washed shirt. The design is only available from Manufactum.
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Randolph Submariner’s Sunglasses. For when the sub breaks surface

Originally designed to protect the sailors from the glare of the sun after re-surfacing. In civilian life they have become classics, uniting appeal and durability. Frame made of Ni-Cu alloy, plated with 23 carat gold or chrome. Lens made of mineral glass (filter category 3).
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Oak Folding Chair. Fold it up with a flick of the wrist

A low-slung folding chair for lounging around, with an unusually wide seat for just about any posture. It folds up to just 16.5 cm. wide with the flick of the wrist. The director of the Danish firm, a not small fellow of 115 kg, won’t bother to specify a maximum load weight. The chair will simply withstand a lot, he says. Designed as indoor furniture and only conditionally suited for outdoor use.
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Arborist's Pruning Saw. The handle is new

Of course, the blade's offset, extremely sharp teeth cut smoothly through branches. But the new handle can be held in different positions. Put your index finger in the hole in the handle and you can better use your upper arm strength. If you cut a a branch from underneath, that index finger will secure the saw and keep your wrist from twisting.
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Sonnenleder Hanging Toiletries Bag. Red-tanned. From Sonnenleder

When rolled out there is room for shower gel and shampoo. With a design that is functional and simple. Each batch of the red-tanned leather looks differently, changing in time and acquiring a one-of-a-kind patina. Made by Sonnenleder on Lake Constance.
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Steel Garden Drinks Bar. For your summer aperitifs

Made by the French firm of Fermob this functional yet stylish ‘side-table’ is designed to hold (wine) bottles in the lower section and cutlery, glasses etc. in the upper section. Both sections have surrounding guard railings. And another feature that improves on the usual ‘drinks tray’ – this one has a carrier handle at the top, so you can always have one hand free on the way from house to garden. The steel frame has been given a special cataphoretic dip treatment to give added rust-protection – particularly at the welded joints.
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Tellason Dark Denim Shirt. California style

Made from a moderately heavy 6.5 oz. raw denim from the White Oak Mill in North Carolina, Tellason in San Francisco tailors this shirt with applied button placket, shoulder yoke and curved hem, in which two fabric triangles have been inserted. The right breast pocket has a flap and a pen separation. The shirt closes with seven metal buttons. It is not pre-washed, but shrinks only slightly as the denim is pre-shrunk in the weaving factory.
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Armor lux Sundress. Summer style

In the town of Quimper in Brittany, the French company Armor lux manufactures this classic beach dress with scoop neck and shoulder cut from stocking stitch, medium-duty cotton jersey with a pleasantly dry and grainy feel. The knee-length dress is comfortably cut and can be made tighter at the waist with a cotton drawstring – wear it to the beach or on a summery city tour.
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Beechwood Cobbler Stool. Danish craftsmanship

Its predecessors were three-legged milking stools with a simple, semi-circular seat. Beginning in the 17th century, Danish “Clog makers” started using this pragmatic stool form, and because they had to spend the entire day sitting, they equipped their furniture with an appropriately shaped – and rather more comfortable – seat pan. Our producer in Denmark manufactures this particular cobbler stool that offers an unprecedented level of sitting comfort, by employing the original template from the production year 1936 and carrying out production in 23 work stages.
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Fly and Wasp Trap. Traditional glass jar

This form of fly and wasp trap has long been known in and around Thuringia in East Germany. The inside edge of the jar is filled with a sweet or sour liquid. Insects follow this lure, fly into the inside of the glass from underneath and are then trapped – but only as long as you haven’t finished your cake and coffee. Once you’re done just uncork the jar and set the insects free. Since it is mouth blown there may be slight differences in size.
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Manufactum Forged Short Hoe. Historic hand-tool

In the past a skilled artisan valued his tools in three ways: firstly – and obviously – they had to do the job; secondly, the materials they were made of had to be familiar and trustworthy – good wood, good metal; thirdly, they had to possess a certain aesthetic quality beyond mere functionality. A collector of historic garden tools that we know has gone through piles of old implements and catalogues, and helped us make a selection. Here are the results – garden tools, made specially for us in the old style by the Dutch toolsmiths' firm Sneeboer & Co.
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The eighteen-panel leather ball. Made to be kicked often

Until 1970 this was the soccer ball used in official matches and international tournaments. Made from bark-tanned Allgäu cowhides, this splendid Manufactum ball is even better than its predecessors. Of course, according to tradition, it is sewn together from 18 leather strips.
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