'File Under Roti Rollers' Box Art

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File Under Roti Rollers Box Art
File Under Roti Rollers Box Art
File Under Roti Rollers Box Art
File Under Roti Rollers Box Art
File Under Roti Rollers Box Art

'File Under Roti Rollers' Box Art

Box ZJ:71 "File Under Roti Rollers" - Assemblage piece V.4

The fourth work in a series concerned with assemblage pieces which mainly use timber elements, in this instance a filing card drawer and a collection of wooden rolling pins used to make roti often known as Chapattis.

Can be displayed on a shelf or mounted to a wall.
Price £145.00
Quantity

SKU RL01
Artist Robert Lee
Dimensions 15cm (w) x 16.5cm (d) x 35cm (h)
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