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City Park, Denver, Colorado – 4.25″ x 4.25″ Ceramic Coaster

$8.00 Each

Denver, Colorado’s premier urban park has over 320 acres of trees and lawns, a lake, the Denver Zoo, the Museum of Nature and Science, IMAX theatre, and epic views of the city and front range. Our poster features the historic Boathouse where summers bring jazz concerts to the park and plenty of outdoor recreation for the public. Our 4.25″ x 4.25″ ceramic coaster designs are pressed in our studio on to glazed ceramic tiles. Your coasters arrive with a protective cork affixed to the back and are ready for display.

Cliff Palace, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado – 4.25″ x 4.25″ Ceramic Coaster

$8.00 Each

Nestled in the hills of Colorado’s southwest between Durango and Cortez, Mesa Verde National Park preserves the structural foundations of an ancient civilization. Cliff Palace represents the largest cliff-dwelling of Ancestral People in North America. Our 4.25″ x 4.25″ ceramic coaster design ushers in nightfall with an essence of the lives of the people who once occupied this area. Our original designs are pressed in our studio on to glazed ceramic tiles. Your coasters arrive with a protective cork affixed to the back and are ready for display.

Climb Colorado’s 14ers – 4.25″ x 4.25″ Ceramic Coaster

$8.00 Each

One of our most popular posters in our 14er Collection, this 4.25″ x 4.25″ ceramic coaster pays homage to the high mountain peaks of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains. The yellows and violets of the “Wilson Group”, Mt. Wilson, Wilson Peak, and El Diente stand tall, beckoning climbers and travelers to their views near Telluride and Ouray in southwest Colorado. Our original designs are pressed in our studio on to glazed ceramic tiles. Your coasters arrive with a protective cork affixed to the back and are ready for display.

Coit Tower, San Francisco, California – 4.25″ x 4.25″ Ceramic Coaster

$8.00 Each

Our Coit Tower poster 4.25″ x 4.25″ ceramic coaster features the 210-ft. concrete art deco column. Welcoming visitors to San Francisco, California since 1933, Coit Tower offers panoramic vistas of the skyline and Golden Gate and Bay Bridges from Pioneer Park in the famous Telegraph Hill neighborhood. Part of our San Francisco Collection Series, Coit Tower’s interior walls are adorned with decorative murals that capture California life during the Depression Era. The murals were painted by a group of artists hired by the Public Works Art Project in the 1930’s. For more 20th Century mural work, also visit the San Francisco Maritime Museum in the Aquatic Park Historic Landmark District. Our original designs are pressed in our studio on to glazed ceramic tiles. Your coasters arrive with a protective cork affixed to the back and are ready for display.

Colorado – The Centennial State – 4.25″ x 4.25″ Ceramic Coaster

$8.00 Each

Colorado’s Rocky Mountains and its state flower, the Columbine, are featured in our original design. Admitted into statehood on Aug 1, 1876, Colorado’s wild west heritage and diverse landscapes welcome visitors from near and far. Our designs are hand-pressed in our studio onto glazed ceramic coasters. Measuring 4.25″ x 4.25″, our coasters arrive with a protective cork affixed to the back, ready for use.

Colorado National Monument, Colorado – 4.25″ x 4.25″ Ceramic Coaster

$8.00 Each

Colorado National Monument is a hidden gem of western Colorado near Grand Junction and Fruita. Offering canyons, sandstone spires, arches, and balanced rocks. This area has something to offer for all who vacation or visit. Whether you explore from your car along Rim Rock Drive, hike along the miles of trails, or descend to the Colorado River Valley on your mountain bike, our design brings to mind your experience. Our 4.25″ x 4.25″ ceramic coaster designs are pressed in our studio on to glazed ceramic tiles. Your coasters arrive with a protective cork affixed to the back and are ready for display.

Conundrum Peak, Colorado – Colorado 14er – 4.25″ x 4.25″ Ceramic Coaster

$8.00 Each

The highest peak in the Elk Range near Aspen, Colorado, Mt. Conundrum lives up to its name. This challenging hike is captured in our 14er Collection and features the steep ridge climb to its summit. Our 4.25″ x 4.25″ ceramic coaster designs are pressed in our studio on to glazed ceramic tiles. Your coasters arrive with a protective cork affixed to the back and are ready for display.

Copper Mountain, Colorado – 4.25″ x 4.25″ Ceramic Coaster

$8.00 Each

There’s something for everyone at Copper Mountain. Near Vail Pass, Tenmile Canyon, Frisco and Dillon, this Summit County resort welcomes year-round visitors. No matter the season, all levels of ski, snowboard, and outdoor adventure abound. Capture your vacation stay or day trip to Colorado’s slopes with our 4.25″ x 4.25″ ceramic coaster. Our colors and design harken back to the WPA and FAP style yet with a modern flair. Our original designs are pressed in our studio on to glazed ceramic tiles. Your coasters arrive with a protective cork affixed to the back and are ready for display.

Coronado Island, California – 4.25″ x 4.25″ Ceramic Coaster

$8.00 Each

A modern view of the historic Hotel del Coronado is captured in our 4.25″ x 4.25″ ceramic coaster of Coronado Island. Part of our California Collections Series, this island holds many cultural and historic roots. Situated just across the bay from San Diego this island paradise offers sandy beaches, resorts, and vacation stays. If you are out for the day many galleries, restaurants, and shops can be part of your plans with an evening ferry ride back while enjoying views of the San Diego Skyline. Our original designs are pressed in our studio on to glazed ceramic tiles. Your coasters arrive with a protective cork affixed to the back and are ready for display.

Creede, Colorado – 4.25″ x 4.25″ Ceramic Coaster

$8.00 Each

Situated just north of Wolf Creek Pass in the San Juan Mountains of Southwest Colorado, the historic town of Creede offers a quaint look back in time to Colorado’s mining days of the 1890’s. The area offers plenty of outdoor recreation, hiking, climbing 14ers, and skiing at Wolf Creek Ski Resort. Our 4.25″ x 4.25″ ceramic coasterdesigns are pressed in our studio on to glazed ceramic tiles. Your coasters arrive with a protective cork affixed to the back and are ready for display.

Crested Butte (Flowers), Colorado – 4.25″ x 4.25″ Ceramic Coaster

$8.00 Each

Our 4.25″ x 4.25″ ceramic coaster captures the beauty of summer in Crested Butte. Known as the Wildflower Capitol of Colorado, beauty abounds in the Rocky Mountains that surround the town. Mountain biking the 401 Road, hiking the Lupine Trail, or enjoying a sip of coffee, you’ll fill your days with fresh air. In the fall, explore Kebler Pass for quaking aspens or hike the traverse through Maroon Bells Wilderness from Maroon Lake to Crested Butte.Our original designs are pressed in our studio on to glazed ceramic tiles. Your coasters arrive with a protective cork affixed to the back and are ready for display.

Crested Butte (Winter), Colorado – 4.25″ x 4.25″ Ceramic Coaster

$8.00 Each

The winter slopes of Crested Butte offer powder in excess for your Colorado ski days in the Rocky Mountain West. Between the mountain resort and the town, your experience will be complete with nordic, downhill skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing opportunities. Our 4.25″ x 4.25″ ceramic coaster portrays the winter alpenglow and a lift which takes you to new heights. Our original designs are pressed in our studio on to glazed ceramic tiles. Your coasters arrive with a protective cork affixed to the back and are ready for display.

Crestone Needle, Colorado – Colorado 14er – 4.25″ x 4.25″ Ceramic Coaster

$8.00 Each

This jagged-edged 14er, located in the Rocky Mountains Sangre de Cristo Range, provides vistas of the San Luis Valley, Great Sand Dunes National Park, and the town of Alamosa to the south. A tough climb in our 14er Collection, this 4.25″ x 4.25″ ceramic coaster rises to the occasion to commemorate your hike. Our original designs are pressed in our studio on to glazed ceramic tiles. Your coasters arrive with a protective cork affixed to the back and are ready for display.

Crestone Peak, Colorado – Colorado 14er – 4.25″ x 4.25″ Ceramic Coaster

$8.00 Each

Sister to Crestone Needle, this14er, located in the Rocky Mountains Sangre de Cristo Range, provides vistas of the San Luis Valley, Great Sand Dunes National Park, and the town of Alamosa to the south. A tough climb in our 14er Collection, this 4.25″ x 4.25″ ceramic coaster rises to the occasion to commemorate your hike. Our original designs are pressed in our studio on to glazed ceramic tiles. Your coasters arrive with a protective cork affixed to the back and are ready for display.

Crystal Mill, Colorado – 4.25″ x 4.25″ Ceramic Coaster

$8.00 Each

One of the most iconic structures in Colorado’s mining history, the Crystal Mill, hangs on its precipice above the Crystal River near Marble, Colorado. Long ago, its waterwheel generated power for local mining, and on the National Registry of Historic Places, it remains a memory of years gone by in the Rocky Mountains. Our 4.25″ x 4.25″ ceramic coaster design captures a fall season at its finest. Our original designs are pressed in our studio on to glazed ceramic tiles. Your coasters arrive with a protective cork affixed to the back and are ready for display.

Culebra Peak, Colorado – Colorado 14er – 4.25″ x 4.25″ Ceramic Coaster

$8.00 Each

Culebra Peak stands tall and silent near the rural town of San Luis, Colorado. It is the southernmost Colorado 14er in the Rocky Mountains in its prominence, and looks out to La Veta Pass and the San Luis Valley.Our 4.25″ x 4.25″ ceramic coaster seizes the solitude found on this privately-owned peak. Before ascending, hikers must secure and pay for access to this peak of beauty. Our original designs are pressed in our studio on to glazed ceramic tiles. Your coasters arrive with a protective cork affixed to the back and are ready for display.