!! 33% OFF THIS AMAZING LASER CUT MAP OF ASCOT VALE WITH MATTE BLACK BACKGROUND.
I've just the 2 maps of Ascot Vale so grab yourself a stunning map of a stunning suburb.
Once these two are gone the next one is back to regular price so get in while the getting's good.
590L x 295W x 12H mm.
Weight: 1 kg
Made from laser cut 6mm MDF and 3mm acrylic sheet.
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Orders of MDF-only items will ship within 3-5 business days of order. Orders with acrylic included will ship between 10-15 business days.
Items are packaged between 2 pieces of 3mm MDF & are in a fixed position to give rigidity and protection during shipping. Please consider re-purposing your packaging upon receipt.
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In our production we endeavour to minimise waste by repurposing our offcuts to create or enhance new or current designs.