Wright Art Glass Coaster Set

4Average rating: 4 stars (16 reviews)

Frank Lloyd Wright® (American, 1867–1959) designed many stained glass windows to illuminate the interiors of his famous buildings. This set of absorbent stone coasters are inspired by four of his designs. Images starting at top left to right: Oak Park Studio Skylight, Midway Gardens Dancing Glass, Coonley Playhouse window, Ward W. Willits House Dining Room Skylight. Produced with a heat transfer process, with cork backing. Made in the USA. Wright's work can be found in the museum's permanent collection.

Each set includes four, 4 1/4" sq. ceramic coasters.

32.00 USD $32   ($28.80 Members)

Item #126981  (in stock)

gift box. ($5.95)

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  1. from Charlotte, NC:
    • 3
    • Jul 7, 2017

    I hate to leave a mediocre review. They are beautiful and loved their appearance. But, they arrived damaged. One chipped, one cracked. Customer service was terrific. Made things right straightaway. Get the impression that they may be better for display than for everyday use. Or - we just got a bad set. Too bad.

  2. from Haymarket, VA:
    • 5
    • Nov 2, 2016

    Bought these as a Christmas gift for my son, who is an admirer of Wright's architecture. They were what I anticipated, look great, so hoping he likes them too. If not, I think I will keep them for myself!

  3. from Vancouver, WA:
    • 5
    • Dec 7, 2015

    My husband purchased these oversized coasters for his youngest son who has made a career of being alienated from many of us. Beautiful and practical.

  4. from Clearwater, FL:
    • 5
    • Dec 3, 2015

    Very different & beautiful to look at.
    Nice choice for coasters!!

  5. from Arlington, TX:
    • 5
    • Jun 11, 2015

    Really nice. Was going to give as a gift, but have decided to keep for myself!

  6. from Raleigh, NC:
    • 5
    • Dec 23, 2014

    I liked these so much I ordered two more sets- one for me, one for a gift.

  7. from Sun Prairie, WI:
    • 5
    • Dec 12, 2014


  8. from Atlanta, GA:
    • 5
    • Sep 19, 2014

    As in my preferred architecture, these are beautiful and functional. Even more so for a Wright admirer.

  9. from Westlake, OH:
    • 5
    • Jul 21, 2014

    These coasters lend very vibrant color to an unexpected place--a coaster. They are very functional having saved my table top from water rings from cold beverages during the summer months. I will be purchasing additional sets since these would be a great additional to the 'gift' closet. They are perfect as a small gift to give guests. Highly recommend this purchase.

  10. from Camas, WA:
    • 5
    • May 28, 2014

    Great look, very absorbent, a bit more area to place cups or glasses than most coasters, and as a bonus, got my 5 year old granddaughter interested in the designs which led to a discussion about Wright and his work.

  11. from Sarasota, FL:
    • 5
    • Dec 5, 2013

    Attractive and absorbent -- just perfect as a gift for special friends!

  12. from Munroe Falls, OH:
    • 5
    • Oct 16, 2013

    I've always been intrigued by Wright's work, and these coasters did not disappoint. They look great in my den!

  13. from Cave Creek, AZ:
    • 5
    • Oct 3, 2013

    Very absorbent and a great addition to the room.

  14. from Fox Lake, IL:
    • 4
    • Dec 17, 2011

    These coasters are beautiful and the colors are bright. They also are very absorbent.

  15. from Bedford, MA:
    • 5
    • Dec 2, 2011

    The designs on these these coasters enliven my coffee table even when not in use. The material they are made of is heavy and porous. The coaster absorbs any condensation from a glass of iced beverage. I do not need to worry at all about water dripping from a glass onto the table. Add to that their value as conversation starters, and I think we have nearly perfect coasters.

  16. from Los Angeles, CA:
    • 5
    • Oct 8, 2011

    These are the best coasters I have ever purchased.When used with iced beverages nothing gets wet.Not only are these great coasters they are very attractive as well.Will probably purchase sets as gifts

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