Size - 3 1/2" Diameter with natural cork backing
This fun and intricately printed drink coaster features the Holiday version of the A16 logo that was utilized in the late 70s and into 1992. It was made from a piece of log salvaged from one of the A16 shops shortly after the physical stores were closed. It was hand made with care by John D. Mead who hopes it will sit on your table and and remind you of a trip or two that you made to A16 to do your holiday shopping back in the day. If you look closely, you can see Santa dashing around the corner of the cabin, which happens to be Mic Mead's office right smack dap in the middle of the old San Diego shop. We're darn certain that the office in its location on the 3rd floor was one of a kind. Fun Fact: The cabin has been rebuilt and currently sits in the backyard of a friend, JT Smith, who co-founded A16's Venture Crew.
This item is made from a full round rail log and has been repurposed from a custom shelving unit once used in an A16 shop. Because of this, each coaster is unique and you should expect to find certain natural and other blemishes including splitting and other natural defects in the wood. If you're lucky, you may see small holes were a nail once rested. If only the log slice could talk. It would tell you about it's life in a forest in NW Montana, it's move to SoCal, and all the fun it had literally hanging out at A16 for many a year.
Wood Art Coasters are approximately 3 1/2" in diameter and 7/16" thick. It has a hard finish to resist liquids and a natural cork back to keep your glass from free sailing across a table or bar top.