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The Mini Museum Encases Fascinating Specimens to Enrich Your Desk

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: • References: kickstarter & likecool
The entrepreneurial Hans Fex wants to bring the Natural History Museum to your home and office. He created the Mini Museum to as a way to make priceless artifacts accessible to everyday folks, so much so that they can examine these specimens absolutely anytime, with them placed easily upon desks, tables or shelves.

Fex has been gathering rare and impressive finds for 35 years. Encased in transparent resin blocks, you might find ancient Egyptian mummy wrappings, golden nuggets, prehistoric woolly mammoth hair, fossils, dinosaur bones and bits of the moon and Mars. The Mini Museum presents a curated collection of intriguing items as tiny samples in sets of 11, 22 and 33 as the small, medium and large versions of the compact tabletop exhibition. Stats for Artifact-Embedded Decor Trending: This Year & Warm
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