sliced wooden coasters by stickman James Carroll available at MayFly

Sliced wooden coasters by Stickman of Wicklow, Ireland

€12.00

26 in stock

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Product Description

These wooden coasters are cross sections exposing the concentric ring pattern of the wood. They are finished with Danish oil. As no two are the same, variances are to be expected and this is a part of the charm.
The wood comes from a mix of locally grown Irish wood such as Apple, Birch and Ash among others.

Radial cracks may be present in some of the coasters, we see this as a part of their charm. This comes of them being a natural product.

Priced at €2 per piece, this listing is for a set of six coasters.

Made by Stickman, James Carroll has created this piece that will get people talking, from his workshop in Wicklow. See more examples by James and about his work on his website www.stickman.ie

The shipping prices have been estimated. Please enquire further for costs to your exact location. Any accidental overcharge of postage that is charged on this website by more than 2 euro will be promptly and automatically refunded.

Thanks for supporting Irish handmade.

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Shipping info

Ireland €3.35
Europe €3.50
World €4.50
Local collection: FREE

All shipping is through Irish postal service An Post. We will make every effort to ship within 3 days of purchase (this excludes weekends and public holidays, when there is no postal collection available). We will e-mail you to let you know when your order has shipped.

If you would prefer to receive a tracking number for your order please specify this at checkout and we will contact you if there are any additional shipping charges.

Delivery times are generally as follow: USA : 7-10 days, Europe: 3-7 days, Australia : 7-10 days.

Please note that buyers are responsible for any and all duties and customs charges that may be incurred in their country.

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