Stamp Act of 1765 Coaster Set

$20.00

March 22, 1765, Parliament passes the Stamp Act, which taxes many documents and printed materials, requiring them to be produced on official stamped paper. Wildly unpopular in the colonies, the Stamp Act is arguably the initial sparks of outrage that ignites the American Revolution.

This set of coasters features 2 famous and timeless designs from that era – the “O! the fatal Stamp” propaganda, and the “No Stamp Act” design, which notably appeared on tea pots in opposition to the passing of the 1765 Stamp Act.

Each 4-1/8” stone coaster uses a special manufacturing process and formulated blend of ceramic materials for absorbency. They measure 3/8” thick and instantly absorb drips from hot and cold drinks. The artwork designs use permanent, fade resistant inks — and each coaster bottom uses a cork pad to protect surfaces.



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Additional information

Designed In

Pennsylvania, USA

Material

Ceramic, Cork

Handcrafted In

Neenah, WI

Description

Sunset Hill Stoneware products are in a class of their own. Handcrafted in Wisconsin with a smooth matte finish, these exceptional coasters feel amazing in your hand, and are a sure conversation starter for any coffee table!

Each 4-1/8” stone coaster uses a special manufacturing process and formulated blend of ceramic materials for absorbency. They measure 3/8” thick and instantly absorb drips from hot and cold drinks. The artwork designs use permanent, fade resistant inks — and each coaster bottom uses a cork pad to protect surfaces.

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