Traditional three-legged lounger with an aluminium frame. Don't let yourself be deceived. These items of classic garden furniture from Lombardy have little in common with similar looking models with steel frames made in the Far East and found in DIY stores. The use of aluminium makes the loungers very light and completely rustproof. Read more
These flip-flops can claim to be the original. They were first created in Brazil in 1962, based on traditional Japanese sandals made from rice straw and were so widely imitated by the end of the 1960s, that their creator had to advertise them by saying "They don't lose their shape, don't smell and the straps don't get loose".
These acrylic tumblers look like glass close up, but are robust, light and unbreakable, making them ideal for when you're on the move – at a picnic or by the pool, for example. The tumblers are, of course, also perfect for children, which makes it worthwhile buying different colours.
This old Scandinavian skill and strategy game has enjoyed great popularity, primarily in Sweden and Norway, for many years. Played with two teams: the first needs to knock over the opponent's knights by throwing sticks, and then the king in the middle of the pitch.
The perfect solution for women looking for an elegant bag for carrying their laptop (15"). The inside is cushioned to protect the laptop. Besides the laptop, there's also enough room for documents. There are three extra zipped pockets on the front and back.