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Nylex ‘Swing-Top Tidy’ bin, plastic, designed by Lionel Suttie, made by Nylex, c. 1970

Bin comprising two parts: - Swing-top lid - Bin

Summary

Object No.

L5459/1

Object Statement

Nylex 'Swing-Top Tidy' bin, plastic, designed by Lionel Suttie, made by Nylex, c. 1970

Physical Description

Bin comprising two parts:
- Swing-top lid
- Bin

Dimensions

Height

700 mm

Width

350 mm

Depth

350 mm

Weight

2 kg

Cite this Object

Harvard

Nylex 'Swing-Top Tidy' bin, plastic, designed by Lionel Suttie, made by Nylex, c. 1970 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 17 February 2020, <https://ma.as/551917>

Wikipedia

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