Navy blue cotton canvas tote weighing 140g/m2 with 67cm long handles. The charming tote features images of the Moon taken from Galileo Galilei’s “Sidereus Nuncius” book of lunar observations.
|Dimensions||38 × 42 cm|
To be used on the go, at work, school, or in your free time.
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