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  1. Kazeto Cardboard suitcase green 40 cm

    Kazeto Cardboard suitcase green 40 cm

    €40.00

    The author
    The Czech Kellog brothers, manufacturers of cardboard, founded Kazeto in 1926. They have been refining their art ever since and are now producing cardboard goods as well.

    The object
    The most famous cardboard object is definitely the suitcase, also used as storage and decoration, as seen in grandmother’s wardrobe. The paperboard cartons, are wrapped in a heat-sealed bag of wax paper. 

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  2. Kazeto Cardboard Suitcase kids blue with white stars

    Kazeto Cardboard Suitcase kids blue with white stars

    €8.00

    The author
    The Czech Kellog brothers, manufacturers of cardboard, founded Kazeto in 1926. They have been refining their art ever since and are now producing cardboard goods as well.

    The object
    The most famous cardboard object is definitely the suitcase, also used as storage and decoration, as seen in grandmother’s wardrobe. The paperboard cartons, are wrapped in a heat-sealed bag of wax paper. 

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  3. Kazeto cardboard suitcase kids yellow

    Kazeto cardboard suitcase kids yellow

    €8.00

    The author
    The Czech Kellog brothers, manufacturers of cardboard, founded Kazeto in 1926. They have been refining their art ever since and are now producing cardboard goods as well.

    The object
    The most famous cardboard object is definitely the suitcase, also used as storage and decoration, as seen in grandmother’s wardrobe. The paperboard cartons, are wrapped in a heat-sealed bag of wax paper. 

    Learn More
  4. Kazeto cardboard suitcase kids pink

    Kazeto cardboard suitcase kids pink

    €8.00

    The author
    The Czech Kellog brothers, manufacturers of cardboard, founded Kazeto in 1926. They have been refining their art ever since and are now producing cardboard goods as well.

    The object
    The most famous cardboard object is definitely the suitcase, also used as storage and decoration, as seen in grandmother’s wardrobe. The paperboard cartons, are wrapped in a heat-sealed bag of wax paper. 

    Learn More
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