Coaster Middle Ages coat of arms eagle - marble 10x10cm
Italian marble: a decoration for medieval motives. Straight from Italy comes the marble for the coasters with the medieval motives for your glasses. As well you can hang the marble images on the wall as decoration! Simple to clean are the coasters with water and cloth. The motives and of course the real marble are waterproof!
The eagle adorns the table
The eagle in the heraldry - the lesson of coat of arms - is a often used figure and after the lion the second most used animal on coat of arms. The eagle symbolises the immortality, courage, vision and power, but also is considered as the king of birds and messenger of the highest gods. According to the ancient faith while flying up the eagle looks straight into the sun, because of that he is a symbol of rising to heaven and releasing the soul. Mythologically the eagle was connected in the case of the Greeks to Zeus, in the case of the Romans to Jupiter and by the Teutons to Odin. Furthermore the eagle is the symbol of the Ascension Day of Christ and the saint's attribute of Evangelist Johannes.
Medieval design on your marble coaster
Because of the real marble form Italy every piece is completely unique and with the distinctive, too. Every stone coaster has an individual grain. But the colour of the marble is the same so that all the coaster match and can be combined with one another! There is a great variety on the pages of the Roman Shop of the category Museum's shop and gift ideas. Take a look at the pretty costars of the category Greeks and Romans as well and discover the wonderful variety of these marble coasters.
- coaster out of real Italian marble
- size 10x10x1 cm
- scratch protection out of real cork
- waterproof surface
- including gift packaging!
Medieval design as a gift
The ancient flair of the marble coaster as a natural element is a real treasure. So the marble stones of pretty colour are broken and fabricated to small plates in quarries of the region in Verona Italy. A fantastic gift of your friends of medieval art!
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