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Don't let Summer's greatest gift Get Away!

30 June 2014 14:54


The Return of Your Favourite Evil Storage Jars!
The Troublesome Trio Have Returned…

London, 27th June 2014:
London-based contemporary design studio Thabto is pleased to announce that the Lex Seth & Carrie Storage Jars are now back! Capture them this Summer whilst you still can.
Lex Seth & Carrie have managed to sneak their way back into our warehouse! Well worth the wait, Tom Dick & Harry’s evil twins have now returned from doing their time and are looking for a new home!
Designed with an evil glint in their eyes to tell you what’s inside (T: Tea, C: Coffee, S: Sugar) and with their heads having room to hide the spoon in the porcelain storage jars, they have already proved to be a great hit in the kitchen!
Each set measures at 400 x 132 x 167 mm and are available from the Thabto online store ( priced at £35 for a set of three.

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About thabto

Thabto (Two Heads Are Better Than One) is a contemporary London based design studio producing a unique range of fun and original gifts, quirky accessories and design-led homewares.

After graduating in Product Design from Central Saint Martins, London in 2006, Thabto founders Steven and James collaborated on a number of design projects for various clients. They quickly realised that their like-minded approach to design and flow of creativity when working together was the perfect foundation for a partnership, leading the duo to design and develop their own range of quality, quirky and unusual products.

September 2008 came the launch of their first product, the original Knuckle Duster MUG! Thabto's growing range of tongue in cheek products are now stocked by some of the worlds most respected retailers worldwide... And there are many more great products in the pipeline.

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