Sutton Magazine Stand, Brass Sutton Magazine Stand, Brass

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Show off your favorite titles in style with the Sutton Magazine Stand. The chic statement piece delivers the glamour of a bygone era, with a French-accented Art Deco silhouette marked by sharp angles and the sculptural construction of alternating V-shapes. Its cosmopolitan spirit is found in its contrast of polished brass and black powder-coated metal—a striking and swanky combination. Like a vintage find with modern panache, the Sutton is a unique home accessory perfect for sitting rooms, studies, or wherever you get your monthly magazine reading done. It’s also a funky way to organize mail in an entryway or display the coolest coffee table books in your collection.

  • 18.5w x 9.5d x 15.5h
  • Polished Brass
  • Black Powder Coated Finish
  • Handcrafted


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