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Bordfolk wooden eggcups

Bordfolk

I do so love the 60s Danish eggcups known as Bordfolk (which translates as table people) which have been lovingly resurrected and modernised by Lucie Kaas. They are made of beech and come in a brown gift box making them a fab pressie for a child. There are lots of characters to choose from – six are available at Lagom Design (including my favourite City Boy, above) – for £11 each.FavoriteLoadingAdd to favorites

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