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Pallet Coasters

SKU 01767
$5.00
Sold individually or as a set.
In stock
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Enhance your gatherings with these individually-assembled pallet-style coasters, stamped with Cape Hatteras, NC. Made from quality wood, paint, stamps and alcohol ink. Coaster "boards" are cut on a laser cutter by Jenn Johnson in her Hatteras Island studio, then assembled one at a time using 17 pieces. Clear glue ensures they are sturdy. Due to variations in wood grains, coasters may be similar to, but not exactly the same as, photos shown.

Approximately 4" x 4" x .5" (each)

These coasters also make a wonderful and one of a kind gift. Set of 6 comes with a holder for $25.

Other uses include plant stands (small pots), trivets, and anything else you can think of. Designed for inside and outside use.

Wedding Favor Idea! Contact us to ask about custom stamping for bulk orders.

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