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  • They are truly fantastic. Google suggests no one is selling them yet. If anyone finds a retailer, let us know!

  • Super-cute, though they look like they would be a pain to dust. I’ve recently decided that all new household purchases must be easily cleanable. We’ll see how that goes…

  • i hope the hook part is made of something other than ceramic, if not it might easily break from something heavy like a bookbag!

  • What a fabulous idea! Maybe the hooks are reinforced with something inside…regardless, this is a great idea.

  • I saw these awhile back too. I tried contacting the manufacturer, the designer, local distributers only to reach a dead end. Maybe if everyone wrote to them we’d eventually get them in the states? Try bosa_ceramiche(at)libero.it

  • Just opened up my dwell and they they were – the hookboxes. Did anyone find an american source or do I have to draw on my limited Italian to find them?

  • Dwell Junkie

    Tried in vain…not to be found here in the US or anywhere for that matter…totally irritating when featured in a US publication (i.e. Dwell) but you can’t actually buy them!

  • I emailed Bosa Ceramiche. The hook box will be avaible in November 07 through Design Within Reach, they do have a website with stores in San Diego and I think San Francisco. Also, the email said the Hook Box can also be purchased through the company, Bosa Ceramiche. I suppose you just send an email regarding purchasing it at their website. They did not mention a price. I thought everyone should know!

  • I bought one from DWR for my girl and it’s working quite well. The crafstmanship is ok and is fairly easy to attach onto a wall.

    Question: Does anyone know where to buy one with a yellow accent in the states? DWR only sells Red and Black accents.

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