SPQR wreath coaster and picture to hang on the wall
Senatus Populusque Romanus, SPQR - senate and people of Rome - is written on this ancient coaster for your glass out of Italian marble.
"Senatus Populusque Romanus" cult for fans of Antiquity
S.P.Q.R. is the abbreviation for the Italian "Senatus Populusque Romanus" senate and people of Rome. The writing was the national emblem of the ancient Rome and still today it is the motto and coat of arms in the city. Until today in Roma many tablets, drain covers, bins and pubic institutions are equipped with those four letters. Translated word-for-word actually "Senatus Populusque Romanus" means: "The Roman senate and the Roman people".
Ancient design on your marble coaster
Because of the real marble from Italy ever piece is completely unique and distinctive at the same time. Every stone coaster has an individual and charming grain. The colours of the marble are the same, so that every coaster matches and can be combined with each one another! There is a great variety on the Roman Shop pages under the categories Gift Ideas and Romans. Discover it by yourself!
- coasters out of real Italian marble
- size 10x10 cm
- scratch protection out of real cork
- waterproof surface
- including gift packaging
- matching magnets
Coasters as a decorative image on the wall
The coaster out of real Italian marble is that pretty, that as well you can hang it as an image on the wall or use it for vases and other containers. Anyhow the coaster - whether for glasses or as an image on the wall - is a special and unique gift, that is delivered with its matching packaging.
A piece of ancient Italy as a gift
This elegant spot for your glasses actually can not be missing on any set table. The ancient flair of the Toscana or the Roman epoch is as a natural element a real highlight. Thus the marble stones with their pretty colour are cut in the region of Verona in Italy in quarries and fabricated to small plates there, too. A real piece of Italy for your home! And a fantastic gift for your friends of Antiquity!
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