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  1. Bold and graphic; these are words often used to describe crazy uncles and women's fashion, but they are also the perfect words to describe the melamine collection of design industry darling Thomas Paul. His prints are the perfect addition to any space needing a splash of character.

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    $28.00
  2. "Bob's your uncle" is a British expression used to indicate that a given task is very simple. Possibly inspired by Victorian Prime Minister, Robert Cecil, who appointed his nephew to a ministerial post, therefore to have Bob as your uncle was a guarantee of success.

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    $35.00
  3. "Bob's your uncle" is a British expression used to indicate that a given task is very simple. Possibly inspired by Victorian Prime Minister, Robert Cecil, who appointed his nephew to a ministerial post, therefore to have Bob as your uncle was a guarantee of success.

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    $20.00
  4. "Bob's your uncle" is a British expression used to indicate that a given task is very simple. Possibly inspired by Victorian Prime Minister, Robert Cecil, who appointed his nephew to a ministerial post, therefore to have Bob as your uncle was a guarantee of success.

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    $16.00
  5. "Bob's your uncle" is a British expression used to indicate that a given task is very simple. Possibly inspired by Victorian Prime Minister, Robert Cecil, who appointed his nephew to a ministerial post, therefore to have Bob as your uncle was a guarantee of success.

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    $24.00
  6. "Bob's your uncle" is a British expression used to indicate that a given task is very simple. Possibly inspired by Victorian Prime Minister, Robert Cecil, who appointed his nephew to a ministerial post, therefore to have Bob as your uncle was a guarantee of success.

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    $16.00
  7. "Bob's your uncle" is a British expression used to indicate that a given task is very simple. Possibly inspired by Victorian Prime Minister, Robert Cecil, who appointed his nephew to a ministerial post, therefore to have Bob as your uncle was a guarantee of success.

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    $24.00
  8. "Bob's your uncle" is a British expression used to indicate that a given task is very simple. Possibly inspired by Victorian Prime Minister, Robert Cecil, who appointed his nephew to a ministerial post, therefore to have Bob as your uncle was a guarantee of success.

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    $24.00
  9. Inspired by the doodles of artist-cartoonist-filmmaker-musician Richard McGuire, Puzzlehead is both a brain teaser and construction toy.

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    $40.00
  10. The horseshoe is a symbol of good fortune and fertility. As a magnet, it is especially powerful, having twice the lifting strength of a bar magnet. Horseshoe Magnet is strong enough to hold your dish towel, office papers, shopping list or family photo.

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    $14.00

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