Wesco | Mini Grandy Cool Grey

32,00

Storage Box

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Wesco | Mini Grandy Cool Gray

The classic Wesco Mini Grandy Cool Gray in miniature format. ideal for storing jewellery, cosmetics, medication or sewing accessories. It also makes for a great little treasure chest in the children‘s room.

 

SPECIFIC INFORMATION
Material: High quality powder-coated sheet steel Metal handle and hinges?. Not dishwasher safe.
Size : Width 18 x Height 12 x Depth 17cm

 

ABOUT WESCO
Wesco is founded by Martin Westermann in 1867, initially as a plumbers’ workshop. This evolves to become ‘Martin Westermann & Co’ around the turn of the century. Over the years that follow, new products are continually added to the manufacturing range – for example, coffee flasks for miners. The company then gradually specialized in the processing of sheet steel for household goods and continued to expand its product range. The ‘Wesco’ brand is registered in 1911. After the war years, the first ‘ash bucket’ joins the family of products. The Wesco word/device mark is registered in 1949.

During the years of Germany’s post-war ‘economic miracle’, the range of bread storage boxes and waste bins also grows. The first pedal bin joins the product portfolio and is presented at trade fairs. It has a brand-new, innovative internal pedal mechanism. In 2014, Wesco is awarded the Southern Westphalia Marketing Prize, and in 2015 is presented with the ‘Best of DMV’ award by the German Marketing Association (DMV). Wesco is given this honour because of its ‘systematic brand management between the twin poles of tradition and progress, which has enabled the company to achieve a consistent brand architecture and an outstanding position in the consumer market.’

 

PAYMENT

To keep things simple and clear all prices are stated in Euros and are inclusive of VAT.

DELIVERY

Order today, we ship tomorrow, and the majority of orders will be in your hands within 3-4 working days.

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