A scaled-down version, the Eames Elephant (small) made of robust plastic, can be used as a child's toy or as a decorative object, whose friendly face adds a charming note to any setting.
The Eames Elephant also comes in a larger version, in plastic or elegantly moulded plywood.
Material: dyed-through polypropylene, matt finish.
Dimensions: W175 x D390 x H210mm
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