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These Marble Accents Will Class Up Your Office

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    Cool and classy marble accessories add elegance to your office and outlast your colleagues.

    Sevenstone Touch of Grey iPhone dock, $120; milanstrada.com

    Hand-carved by an artisan in upstate New York, it offers a dignified resting place for overdesigned (and newly enlarged) technology.

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    Crate and Barrel White Marble Clock, $39.95; crateandbarrel.com

    The number-free face helps temper the anxiety of racing to hit your next deadline. Too bad it can’t make meetings move faster.

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    Ladies & Gentleman Studio Forward/Slash lamp, $950; ladiesandgentlemanstudio.com

    Basic copper, marble, and aluminum shapes, embedded with LED bulbs, reflect a flattering light onto boring desk detritus.

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    Designs by Marble Crafters Coronet bookends, $150; barneys.com

    At 6 pounds each, these Himalayan-mined stones are heavy enough to display your workplace library without the books ever dominoing.

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    West Elm polyhedron object, $29; westelm.com

    Use as a paperweight. Or as something to stare at for a second when distracted at work.

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    Poketo marble notebook, $32; poketo.com

    A photo-realistic paper cover and 160 blank pages improve upon mundane note-taking in a lighthearted way.

    Restoration Hardware Carrara marble tray, $89; restorationhardware.com

    Technically, it was created for bathrooms, but at 12 by 7 inches, it doubles as a hefty holder for pens, incoming mail, and those easy-to-lose chargers.

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    Chen Chen & Kai Williams mouse pad,  $950; shop.chen-williams.com

    Resembling a Tom & Jerry mouse hole, this amusingly elaborate—but still functional—sculpture puts standard foamy pads to shame.

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