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Coaster - Gold Cernunnos, Holly, & Tri-quatra #2

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About this product
Style: Sandstone Drink Coaster

Mom always told you to use a coaster, so make her happy by using one from Zazzle! Made to keep your tables scratch-and-moisture-free, our sandstone coasters have a cork backing, so you can use them on any surface. They also have a matte finish and work best with vintage illustrations, black-and-white photos, and personal text messages.

  • Dimensions:
    • Diameter: 4.25"
    • Thickness: 0.25"
    • Weight: 3.88 oz.
  • Made of sandstone with a cork pad backing
  • Not dishwasher safe
Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note that this product’s customizable design area measures 4.25" x 4.25". For best results please add 1/8" bleed
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Coaster - Gold Cernunnos, Holly, & Tri-quatra #2
Celebrate a traditional Yule with this coaster. Cernunnos The "Cernunnos" type antlered figure on the Gundestrup Cauldron. Cernunnos is the conventional name given in Celtic studies to depictions of the horned god of Celtic polytheism. The name itself is only attested once, on the 1st-century Pillar of the Boatmen, but depictions of a horned or antlered figure, often seated in a "lotus position" and often associated with animals and holding or wearing torcs, are known from other instances. Nothing is known about the god from literary sources, and details about his name, his cult or his significance in Celtic religion are unknown. Speculative interpretations identify him as a god of nature or fertility. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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