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Festivals and Events Festive porcelain Ideal for use at an event is the table place card holder set made of fine porcelain from Alessi. These bell-shaped place card holders can ring softly and thus announce a speech or a toast. The product, designed by Marcel Wanders, measures 5.3 centimetres in height and 4.8 centimetres in diameter. Also available is the Model MW40 7 Star bell intended to serve as Christmas decoration, an enchanting pendant measuring 8.5 centimetres high by 7.2 centimetres in diameter. – ADVERT – 40 https://www.psiproductfinder.de/od y Book your your yyour your your your ticket ticket ticket ticket ticket ticket now! 10 th – 12 th January Düsseldorf 2017 The Leading European Trade Show of the Promotional Product Industry Show your customers the PSI on Thursday, 12 th January! www.psi-messe.com/tickets PSI Journal 10/2016 www.psi-network.de Palm for culinary excellence The Palmblatt tableware from Bionatic is robust, high-quality disposable tableware but still a natural product that is completely biodegradable. Each piece is one of a kind thanks to its unique grain, ecological and decorative, pressed from the leaves of the Areca palm and does without coating, adhesive or other additives. Special shapes or logo embossing can be had on orders of 7,500 or more. These food-safe items are ideal for events and as the perfect complement in bundles on the theme of BBQ, grill, urban food and modern cuisine. &C KG Steady mug solution The Mug Suction Cup from Dragon Gifts shows itself to be unusual and creative. This attractive drinking vessel cannot be easily upset, after all, the Mug Suction Cup can be securely attached to almost any smooth surface by means of its suction cup. So this cup will not fall off the table if a gesturing hand should brush against it. A cute, smart solution for the workplace.

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