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Pinch consists of two pieces of sustainably sourced solid oak or ash fastened by a single rubber band. When the rubber band gets tired, simply replace it with a new one.

Pinch is a clever way to organise your documents or hold things in their place. Alternatively, stand Pinch on its end and use it as a table place card holder. Perfect for a wedding table setting!

Pinch also features a small hole which enables you to hang it with a pin on the wall, ideal for displaying posters, hats and anything else you can imagine.

MOEBE is a scandinavian design brand based in Copenhagen, Denmark - consisting of cabinetmaker Anders Thams and architects Nicholas Oldroyd and Martin D. Christensen. At MOEBE they design, produce and keep things simple - Focussing on the essentials with a curious mind and analogue approach. MOEBE strive to reduce their designs to the most basic forms, thereby creating intuitive and honest products. 

Pinch Clip

Pinch Clip

by Moebe

Regular price £8.00 GBP
Regular price £10.00 GBP Sale price £8.00 GBP
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Technical Information
Length: 10 cm, Width: 4 cm
Materials/Construction
Sustainably sourced solid untreated oak or black painted ash.

Pinch consists of two pieces of sustainably sourced solid oak or ash fastened by a single rubber band. When the rubber band gets tired, simply replace it with a new one.

Pinch is a clever way to organise your documents or hold things in their place. Alternatively, stand Pinch on its end and use it as a table place card holder. Perfect for a wedding table setting!

Pinch also features a small hole which enables you to hang it with a pin on the wall, ideal for displaying posters, hats and anything else you can imagine.

MOEBE is a scandinavian design brand based in Copenhagen, Denmark - consisting of cabinetmaker Anders Thams and architects Nicholas Oldroyd and Martin D. Christensen. At MOEBE they design, produce and keep things simple - Focussing on the essentials with a curious mind and analogue approach. MOEBE strive to reduce their designs to the most basic forms, thereby creating intuitive and honest products. 

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    Barbara O'Connor (Ramsgate, GB)
    BEAUTIFULLY SIMPLE

    So pure, so functional. The pleasure that this modest design gives me is immense. LOVE IT!

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    Si_na (Devoran, GB)
    Beautiful minimal clips that can be used for different things

    Beautiful and really well made. Will purchase some more.

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    mark fisher (Bracknell, GB)
    Anniversary

    Add a special to you Polaroid photo and you have a Beautiful simple 5th anniversary present

    Neergard Christensen, Nicholas Oldroyd and Anders Thams

    This product is designed by
    Neergard Christensen, Nicholas Oldroyd and Anders Thams

    Architects Neergard Christensen, Nicholas Oldroyd and cabinet maker Anders Thams are the founders and designers of Moebe: A Scandinavian design brand based in Copenhagen, Denmark.

    At Moebe they design, produce and keep things as simple as possible - Focussing on the essentials with a curious mind and analogue approach. Moebe strive to reduce their designs to the most basic forms, thereby creating intuitive and honest products. One of their first designs 'Frame' has quickly become a modern-day classic. It combines two pieces of acrylic glass, four pieces of wood or metal and a large rubber band to hold it all together. It now graces some of the finest homes, galleries and commercial environments around the world.