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Caroma 'Utility' bathroom stool

Designed 1967
This stool is moulded in two sections which lock at the centre, each section has a protruding semi circular tongue which slots into a similar shaped cavity at the centre. The circular top is flat with a wide inward sloping flange meeting a drum section, the sides slighty graded and form the central colum. The base section is identical except that the underside is open and can therefore slip over the top section for storage.
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