Boxes of glass-coasters in printed tin. The printed tin technique was commonly used and practiced by famous artistes such as Alfons Mucha. Our boxes of glass-coasters reminds the beloved period of decorated cookies tins and candy boxes.
Set of 6 tin glass coasters with their tin box inspired by drawings of the « The Secret Village of mice » illustrated by Hokusaï in 1819. Mouse with baskets Mouse in an old cart Calligrapher mouse Mice with a painted scroll Crying mouse Mount Fuji mouse
Set of 6 glass coasters in screen-printed sheet decorated with six views of famous Paris monuments and the Eiffel Tower on the case. Each set shows the following monuments :Opéra GarnierPlace de la Bastille (square)Place de la République (square)Place de la Concorde (square)Arc de Triomphe (Triump Arch)Notre-Dame de Paris
Set of 6 tin glass coasters with their tin box inspired by romantic scenes depicted on candy boxes of the 19th century. Marriage proposal in country style setting and troubadour style music scenes are illustrating the glass coasters.