Coaster Celts triskelion - marble 10x10cm
Straight from Italy comes the marble for the coasters for your glasses. In a lavish procedure of thermo printing the coloured images are put onto it - personally elected for you by the team of Forum Trainai. On the back there is a thin cork protection for not scratching your table's surface. As well you can hang the marble images as a picture on the wall! Simply the coasters for glasses can be cleaned with water and a cloth. The motives are waterproof and the real marble is that anyway!
Celtic design on your marble coaster
Because of the real marble from Italy every piece is absolutely unique and distinctive at the same time. Every stone coaster has an individual and charming grain. But the colour of the marble is the same, so that all the coasters match and can be combined with one another!
- coaster out of real Italian marble
- size: 10x10x1 cm
- scratch protection out of real cork
- waterproof surface
Lucky charm and Trinity
The spiral of three, as well called triskelion, is a really ancient symbol, whose earliest appearance is proofed in times of the Bronze Age. The meaning is as old as humanity: it shows the circle of birth, blossom and destruction, which is deciding everything for life. Further meaning are possible. But the triskelion as well symbolises the trinity of past, present and future, birth, life and death of body, soul and spirit. The number three apart of being a number appearing again and again especially is of importance for Celtic jewellery in the Celtic mythology. As well take a look at the pretty triskelion pendant on these pages of the Roman Shop under the category Museum's Shop and gift ideas, Celts!
Celtic ornaments as a present
The elegant spot for your glasses actually can not be missing on any festively set table. The ancient flair of the marble coaster as a natural element is a true highlight. So the marble stones of pretty colour are broken and fabricated into small plates in quarries in the region of Verona in Italy. A fantastic present for your friends of the Celts!
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