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Egyptian Temple Coasters
Even serve beverages with Egyptian mystery!
Two rich images of the winged, falcon-headed Horus flank this unique set of six felt-bottomed coasters representing the mythological god of power. Richly sculpted, then cast in quality designer resin, our Toscano exclusives are hand-painted in a bright Egyptian palette and add exotic, artistic style while protecting your temple’s furniture.
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4½"Wx3½"Dx5"H. 2 lbs.

Buy two or more Egyptian Temple Coasters - only $17.50 each!
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Nice , but not greatest quality These are great to look at , I was hoping to actually use them at times, but they are not very flat, so its decorative use only.Designs too raised up to do much with but look at, and the disks were a tad warped also, still nice thou .... January 9, 2014
Nice coaster set! I really enjoy this ancient Egyptian themed set of coasters. They fulfill exactly what I was looking for and would recommend them to others. The only counter-point is that the images on some of them are slightly raised so that the glass may not sit flat, but this has presented no problem for me using them every day. August 8, 2013
Amazing Coasters I bought these coasters on a whim, as I had some extra money and after thinking about it, needed some coasters for my apartment. I love these things! Very detailed. In the 6 coasters, you get a Cobra, Nefertiti, Bast, King Tut, Horus, and an Anubis on a coaster. They look great and serve their purpose. June 4, 2012
I have these very colorful coasters and I think they are beautiful! They are well made and look beautiful on my coffee table. I collect Egyptian art, but have never seen any coasters that I liked until I found these. They are truly a beautiful piece of art as well as very functional! A must for any Egyptomanic like me. September 9, 2008
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