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S/2 Leather Dice, Tobacco/Cream

Now: $99.50 Was: $125.00
Est. Arrival: Jun 06 - Jun 11
Qty
COLOR tobacco/cream
DIMENSIONS each, 4.25"L x 4.25"W x 4.25"H
MADE OF leather
SET OF 2
SKU 77321764
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jun 06 - Jun 11
RETURNS This item is returnable within 30 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
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More than 10 years ago, artists Jamie Young Jeter and David Jeter took a fateful day trip to Mexico. Filling their car with interesting gardening pots they found in a roadside shop, they returned to LA and instantly sold the lot to a local florist, thus discovering a niche opportunity. With that, Jamie Young Co. was born. Today it offers home decor from all over the globe.
Why we love this

A refined, decorative take on a cherished childhood game, these oversize dice are each wrapped in supple leather with exposed stitching.

About the Brand
More than 10 years ago, artists Jamie Young Jeter and David Jeter took a fateful day trip to Mexico. Filling their car with interesting gardening pots they found in a roadside shop, they returned to LA and instantly sold the lot to a local florist, thus discovering a niche opportunity. With that, Jamie Young Co. was born. Today it offers home decor from all over the globe.
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