Let this charming ampersand do all of the work when it comes to keeping your paperwork in place. Add a touch of levity to any desktop while keeping all of your documents at your fingertips.
- Made exclusively for Barnes and Noble
- Coordinates with other products in the Jonathan Adler collection
- Material: Resin
- Measures 3.5” x 3.5”
In collaboration with designer Jonathan Adler, Barnes & Noble is offering online and in 400 stores nationwide the Jonathan Adler for Barnes & Noble line of products. Jonathan Adler's colorful and contemporary style with a variety of bold graphic patterns is represented in these reading and writing gifts designed exclusively for Barnes & Noble. About Jonathan Adler
Iconic potter, designer, author, and TV personality Jonathan Adler is known for his mod shapes, vibrant colors, and organic eye-popping patterns. Jonathan Adler products have become a lasting part of American pop culture, appearing on the sets of The Today Show, Sex and the City, Will & Grace, and The Apprentice. His acclaimed book My Prescription for Anti-Depressive Living combines his wittiness and enthusiasm for creating happy homes with serious design.
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This is a very cute and nice quality paperweight. I use it as an accent piece on top of some coffee table books I have in my living room. It is a nice compliment to a throw pillow I have with an ampersand on it.
I received this gift in a white elephant exchange when a colleague stole my preferred gift of silicone sphere ice cube molds. When I opened the package of the last available gift, I was surprised to find this. It was the first punctuation mark paperweight I'd ever received, and I was excited to add it to my desk decor - right next to my Cheech bobblehead. Unfortunately, despite what the product boasted in charm, it lacked in durability, as it was a casualty of a simple toss and catch in a swank Charlotte nightclub a little before 2am. Needless to say, it no longer resembles punctuation of any kind. Very disappointed with its inability to withstand an evening at "The Bubble." I cannot in good conscience recommend this product.