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Vintage Pin-Up Martini Glass Coaster Set by LightAndTimeArt

Vintage Pin-Up Martini Glass Coaster Set by LightAndTimeArt

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Introducing the epitome of sophistication and style for your home bar - the Pin-Up Martini Glass Coaster by LightAndTimeArt. Elevate your cocktail experience with this stunning glass coaster featuring a three-dimensional picture of a classic pin-up girl lounging in an iconic Martini glass.

Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this coaster boasts a high-quality glass top that not only protects your surfaces but also adds a touch of vintage glamour to any room. Handmade with care by skilled artisans at LightAndTimeArt, each coaster is a unique piece of art that exudes elegance and charm.

Whether you're a seasoned mixologist or just enjoy the occasional cocktail, this coaster is the perfect accessory for your home bar. It's not just functional but also a conversation starter, making it an ideal gift for the home mixologist or anyone who appreciates fine craftsmanship and timeless design.

For added convenience, complement your coaster with the optional coaster holder, completing the look and ensuring easy storage when not in use. Elevate your drinking experience and add a touch of retro flair to your home with the Pin-Up Martini Glass bar Coaster by LightAndTimeArt.

Coaster holder: 5" L x 5" W x 1" H (4 coaster set) or 1 1/2" H (6 coaster set) (with coasters)
Coaster: 3 1/2" x 3 1/2"

Available in 3 different sizes:

  • 1 coaster no holder
  • Holder with 4 coasters
  • Holder with 6 coasters

DISCLAIMER: " The logos and trademarks on the upcycled, individual items are those of their respective brand name owners, none of which are associated with this product. "

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Height: 1.5 inches
Width: 5.0 inches
Length: 5.0 inches


A pin-up model is a model whose mass-produced pictures and photographs have wide appeal within the popular culture of a society. Pin-up models are usually glamour models, actresses, and fashion models whose pictures are intended for informal, aesthetic display, such as being pinned onto a wall.
The term pin-up refers to drawings, paintings, and photographs of semi-nude women. The term pin-up was first attested to in English in 1941. Images of pin-up girls were published in magazines and newspapers, and as postcards, lithographs, and calendars.

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