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Nailed It Desk Organizer

You'll have no problem hitting it off at the office with Fred Conlon's quirky desk accessory.
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Fred Conlon


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Fred Conlon

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Business with a Bang!

You'll have no problem hitting it off with business associates or making a new client smile with Fred Conlon's quirky, spring-loaded desk accessory that brings more than fun to the table: Each piece is handmade out of recycled steel and salvaged tool parts. And the best part? It works! Strike up conversation every time you hand out business cards or lend a pen. Handmade in Utah.

Fred Conlon

created by

Fred Conlon

Raised in Colorado, Fred Conlon lives now in Salt Lake City, Utah, where he makes garden sculptures out of recovered objects. For his helmet sculptures, he uses real recovered World War II helmets. "It is very satisfying to transform something once used in war into a peaceful garden decoration," he says. His work has been featured in Niche Magazine, the Salt Lake Tribune and HGTV. What would he be if he weren't an artist? "Happy...just kidding!" he answers. "I can't imagine doing anything else."

Click here to view a video of how Fred Conlon creates his art!



Made in the USA

Made from
reclaimed steel
6" L x 3 W x 5" H
Due to the reclaimed and handmade nature of these items, each is unique and has a slightly worn, vintage charm.
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Most of our items are in stock and will ship quickly. Orders for in-stock items placed before 5pm ET Monday through Friday, excluding Federal holidays, will ship:
Economy shipping:
within 8 days, arriving no later than the 9th business day after the order was placed.
Standard shipping:
within 4 days, arriving 5 business days after the order was placed.
Preferred shipping:
within 2 days, arriving 3 business days after the order was placed.
Expedited shipping:
within 1 day, arriving 2 business days after the order was placed.
Express shipping:
will ship the same day and arrive 1 business day later.

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