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3D Design 'COOL'

→ Tin is much cheaper than silver, but was in the older days well used as a replacement. Tin (also mentioned as the poor man's silver) for centuries was used to consume wine and beer. 'COOL' continues this tradition in a modern way. It can be used as wine, beer or champagne cooler! Due to the natural cool-gray shade of the material and the drop shapes at the outside of the design, it emphasizes the cool and liquid content. 'COOL' has a modern appearance by the simple, austere forms.