Office Accessories(150 items)
The unique Office Accessories at NOVICA won’t be found in any traditional office supply store. Works hailing from Brazil, India, West Africa, or Thailand will bring global style to any home or corporate office environment.
Featured Reviews on Office Accessories
So practical and easy to use!
My friends are always bemoaning the fact that their fancy iphone speakers are out of juice. This acoustic speaker is so practical! Its perfect for the beach or the backyard, and it needs no batteries.
Gorgeous AND practical!
The woodworking and finish is exquisite. What I didn?t expect was the acoustics would also be spectacular. Only thing to watch out for is if your phone is in a thicket case or you use an external ?kangaroo? type pocket as that affects the fit. I don?t believe using the sprocket holder/ring on phone back would have the same impact. Would definitely buy again or consider as a gift. Reasonably priced for the whole package
Dewi Putera Silver and gemstone jewelry
"With imagination comes inspiration. I just start designing, it does not require much equipment, just paper and pencil."
Popular Office Accessories
Wood Peacock Eyeglasses Holder from Bali, "Little Peacock"$29.95
Known as the the peacock of Indonesia is paid homage in this charming eyeglasses holder from Bali. Yudi Suardi designs this holder, hand-carved from jempinis wood to depict the bird in all its majesty. Your eyeglasses will fit perfectly within a notch in the bird's head.
Owl-Shaped Jempinis Wood Eyeglasses Holder from Bali, "Wise Owl"$25.99
Hand-carved of jempinis wood in the shape of an eagle owl atop its roost, this charming and whimsical eyeglasses holder makes the perfect addition to your home decor. Bali's Yudi Suardi designs the holder, given a natural finish. Your eyeglasses fit perfectly atop the owl's beak.
Oaxaca Barro Negro Oval Ceramic Pencil Holder, "Oaxacan Oval"$19.99
This oval pencil holder is handcrafted by artisan Anakarem of Oaxaca, who works as a team with his father. Barro negro, literally translated as "black mud," is a type of pottery from clay only found in Oaxaca, Mexico, and crafted using traditional methods. The black color comes from the clay itself, enhanced during the firing process. This pencil holder has two quarter flowers on a diagonal on each side made through a combination of embossing and decorative cutouts.