This Nebraska cowboy, circa 1905, poses proudly beside the saddle he undoubtedly won in a local rodeo. Bronc riders often wore woolly chaps during these times to help protect their legs when they hit the ground.
Each tumbled stone coaster has its own unique surface characteristics and distinctive aged appearance. The light-fast inks are applied through a sophisticated dye-sublimation heat-transfer process that yields vivid, detailed images that are water and heat proof. The coasters are perfect for either cold or hot beverages. A non-skid cork backing insures stability on almost every surface.