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One-of-a-Kind Agate Coasters
Item #71747
2.75

(based on 6 reviews)

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Make a conversational splash with these showstopper One-of-a-Kind Agate Coasters. Made of genuine agate—a semiprecious stone that the ancients believed would guard against danger—the One-of-a-Kind Agate Coasters for each set are selected for their shape, pattern and translucency and enhanced to maximize their rich colors. Happily, each will vary in size, shape and color, making your set truly unique. Assembled in the U.S.A. with rubber feet on the underside.
Showcasing the dramatic concentric color bands for which agate is prized, these One-of-a-Kind Agate Coasters recall agate specimens displayed in our National Museum of Natural History’s Janet Annenberg Hooker Hall of Geology, Gems and Minerals.
Approx. 4.5"dia. Set of 4.

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
2.75

(based on 6 reviews)

By Cynthia Peplinski
Phoenix, AZ
September 29, 2018
1.05
"These coasters are gorgeous to look at but when you actually use them, they bleed all over the table and the glass! Not worth the money at any price."
By Professor
Chicago, IL
June 17, 2017
1.05
"This set of dyed agates is an unfortunate product that took natural beauty and made it look like cheap plastic. I do not suggest that anyone buy this set of turkeys."
By Tawanda Power
Eagle River, Alaska
January 21, 2017
5.05
"I gave this as a gift to a family that is always entertaining. They LOVE them. They are vibrant, sturdy and unique! I'm honored to hear they are put to good use."
By Mama Bear
Minneapolis, MN
November 20, 2015
3.05
"I bought the 4 - pack of agate coasters. They were pretty, but I was kind of expecting agates that had less crystal and more sedimentary striped layers. Otherwise everything was great. Easy to use site, secure payment options, and quick delivery. Thank you Smithsonian!"
By Sheila
Arlington, VA
August 24, 2015
2.05
"The picture of the coasters looked so beautiful, but once I received them, they all looked very bland. The way the agave stones were cut made the coasters look very dark with no contrast to the layers."