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Magazine Holder, Leather Sturdy Decorative Newspaper Holder Desk

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Product description

Feature:
1. Modern magazine rack is made of artificial leather, flexible and durable, and can be used for a long time
2. Can be used as a shelf for storing magazines or books, or placing tablets or other books
3. A solid metal base with a design supports the leather to ensure your belongings are safe and tidy
4. The perfect metal magazine rack for any room or office, the metal appearance perfectly blends with any style
5. High-quality processing on the storage rack prevents scratches, chipping, tearing and hook breaks


Specification:
Item Type: Desktop Metal Bracket
Material: Iron + Leather
Size: Approx. 32.5 x 38.5 x 15.3cm/12.8 x 15.2 x 6in (Manual Measurement, There Are Small Errors)
Application: Place Magazines, Records, Books, etc.




Package List:
1 xMagazine Rack

Note:
Please allow 0‑2 cm error due to manual measurement. Thanks for your understanding.

Magazine Holder, Leather Sturdy Decorative Newspaper Holder Desk

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