Gear: Decorate Tastefully With Automotive Coasters

Decorate Tastefully With Automotive Coasters

By Petrolicious Productions
March 25, 2013
6 Comments

It’s easy to find vintage posters or items to decorate your garage or shop, but it takes more of an effort to tastefully accentuate your home with car-related items. This set of original, handmade, ceramic coasters, which showcases four favorites from distinct eras in automotive history, would be a nice touch when hosting friends or family for dinner or drinks, and it would make a great gift as well.

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Jon Warshawsky
Jon Warshawsky
11 years ago

Bought a set from Tom on Hanseatic via Etsy. They’re VERY cool and nicely priced at $17. One had slight damage from the way it was wrapped, so I emailed Tom and he sent out a replacement the same day at his cost. Very cool.

moltimedia
moltimedia
11 years ago

Nice! But the Aston DP214 was raced in 1963 not 1953… 🙁 Love that car, one of the all time beauty’s and favorites.

Christopher Gay
Christopher Gay
11 years ago
Reply to  moltimedia

Yes, 214 is on my all time fave list as well. I’ve always been partial to the 215, however. 😉

moltimedia
moltimedia
11 years ago

Very nice, but wasnt the Aston DP 214 project in 1963? Love that car so much:

http://fleischmannracen.hyves.nl/album/26898038/Competition_Sport/Q0BjUjMM/#mb=217382138.24.\%7C6\%7C\%7C6483260\%7C\%7C\%7C19\%7C\%7C26898038\%7CQ0BjUjMM\%7C\%7C8\%7C\%7C217382138\%7C1rQF\%7C&__state__=1

Regards!

Ryan Hoyle
Ryan Hoyle
11 years ago

Pretty sure I need these. I’d slap some clear coat on them just to make sure the paint doesn’t get messed up immediately, unless they seem well sealed.

Also note from they Etsy page:
“Would you like to have a set featuring your own vehicle or vehicles? Custom orders are welcome! Please message us for rates and details!”

Ae Neuman
Ae Neuman
11 years ago

these miniature artworks are far too nice to have a glass plonked on top of them.

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