Chinese Ceramic Die-Cut Coasters - 4 Per Package
Caspari reusable die-cut coasters are handmade in the USA. As a part of the Gallery Collection, they are crafted in our Connecticut bindery, which incorporates the same artisan skills used in centuries past to create beautiful and high-quality handmade goods. Made of durable vinyl coated paper, our coasters coordinate perfectly with the existing palette of Caspari colors and tabletop designs. They are a perfect addition to your tabletop design or as an everyday coffee table accent. The set of 4 arrives in a cello bag, which makes them perfect for giving as a gift. To clean after use, wipe with a damp cloth.
- These vinyl-coated paper, die-cut coasters arrive in a cello bag.
- Handcrafted in our Connecticut bindery for the highest quality and attention to detail.
- 4 Coasters per Cello Bag
- Approximately 10.15cm x 10.15cm
- Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Do not immerse in water or expose to extreme heat.
|Collection Name:||Chinese Ceramic|
|Quantity Included:||4 Per Package|
|Product Dimensions:||Approximately 10.15cm x 10.15cm|
|Country of Origin:||United States|
|Style & Theme:||Traditional|
|Features:||Die-Cut Design, Made in the USA|
|Care Instructions:||To clean, wipe the surface with a damp cloth. Do not immerse in water or place directly in the dishwasher. Do not expose to extreme temperatures, such as hot dishes taken directly from the oven.|
|Artist or Collection:||Museum of Fine Arts, Boston|
|Artist or Collection Biography:||The original MFA opened its doors to the public on July 4, 1876, the nation's centennial. Today the MFA is one of the most comprehensive art museums in the world; the collection encompasses nearly 500,000 works of art. The Museum has obligations to the people of Boston and New England, across the nation and abroad. It celebrates diverse cultures and welcomes new and broader constituencies. The Museum is a place in which to see and to learn. It stimulates in its visitors a sense of pleasure, pride and discovery which provides aesthetic challenge and leads to a greater cultural awareness and discernment. The Museum’s ultimate aim is to encourage inquiry and to heighten public understanding and appreciation of the visual world.|