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You may have an Apple suitcase to keep you organized on the move, but what about when you're working from home?
The iPad and iPhone maker had you covered. The 30x60 white MacTable was a fully adjustable desk to cater for your Macintosh peripherals, and was trimmed with Beechwood.
Originally designed by the Danish, the MacTable would have set you back $399.
It's not just clothing, sailing and jewelry Apple once catered for. In addition, the tech giant used to offer Apple-branded Tiffany crystal apple for $40 for your work desk.
For an unusual money clip, the partnership with Tiffany resulted in the creation of an Apple sterling silver money clip for $55. Wine taster? Enjoy Apple designed crystal wine glasses for $12. If you liked, you could also purchase bottles of Ridge Zinfandel Glen Ellen 1980 and Cabernet Sauvignon complete with Apple's seal for $25.
Bumper stickers, lapel pins and tie tacks galore
Personally, I'd never heard of tie tacks until I came across this catalogue, but there seems to be a market for them. If you wanted a Macintosh enamel tie tack, you could pick one up for only $3.50. Failing that, a selection of lapel pins featuring Macintosh or Apple logos could be bought for only $2.50.
In addition, you could buy a Macintosh-design brass key chain for $7, or a vinyl bumper sticker sporting Apple's old "Changing the world, one person at a time" slogan for a dollar.