Lot #6 KARTELL - A PAIR OF WHITE 'PRINCE AHA' STOOLS

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KARTELL - A PAIR OF WHITE 'PRINCE AHA' STOOLS

Designed by Philippe Starck in 1996

Polypropylene

Made in Italy by Kartell

Suitable for indoor or outdoor use

42.5cm high

>> Some traces of dust consistent with age and use, would benefit from a good clean

Note: A practical stool and stand to place beside the couch or the bed. The white mat colour, the texture of the material used and the geometric design make 'Prince Aha' a flexible product, easy to insert in any context. They can be stacked to create a totemic and colourful monument!

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