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Each one an original, hand-carved piece with a unique shape, these essence-of-Australia gum leaf-inspired, dual-purpose bookmark/letter openers are an ideal gift when you want something that says Australia. Made from various and beautiful native timbers, depending on what is available at the time, the bookmarks have a silky smooth wax finish that is delightfully tactile while preserving the timber. Super slim with a fine edge, they can open envelopes with ease or nestle between the pages of your favourite coffee-table or cookbook. Each one is tagged with a statement from the maker including its timber which makes them the perfect 'Aussie' gift.

MEASUREMENTS
Dimensions*:
Height 0.4cm x Width 3cm - 2cm x Length 17cm - 20cm
Weight*:
0.05kg (each)

Where to buy

02 6645 1702
Direct From Manufacturer

Australian Woodwork
45B Wharf St
MACLEAN, New South Wales 2463


* All products may not be available at all stores, countries and regions.


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Australian Woodwork

45B Wharf St
MACLEAN, New South Wales 2463

Phone: 02 6645 1702

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We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture.
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