Printed on thick (3/16 inch) beverage mat, 4 inches square with rounded corners.
Whatever time of day that is for you, do it in class.
Package of 15 / $10.00
Michigan Trout Stamp Coasters
From 1948 to 1992 the state of Michigan issued lovely pieces of art in
the form of a stamp that adorned your fishing license. These lovely
images have been cleaned up from the originals and enlarged to adorn
your coffee table in preparation for the spring 2014 book release The
Art of the Michigan Trout Stamps with an introduction by Jerry Dennis. These are also available via the Michiganology website along with greeting cards and other items the State Archives office has used the images for.
Package of four / $8.00
Wish them cheer and a place to set their beer!
Package of 15 / $10.00
detail of one of the coasters on the right
The big batch of fishing coasters. Guaranteed to please the
discriminating fisherman (or woman). some of these images are old cuts
found in antique shops, some are my original wood engravings but all of
them imbue a sense of satisfaction whether your setting down a cold
sarsaparilla or a scotch on the rocks. Hand set quotes by some of
fly fishings great writers going back to Sir Izaak Walton in the font
of Freehand in 24pt type.
"Because rings look better on still water than on your table" ~ Chad Pastotnik
Package of 10 / $15.00
Small sunflower card printed in 4 color process via letterpress on
Fabriano Medioevalis stationery stock - 3.5 x 5.25" with matching
envelope. $5.00 each
Large Sunflower card printed in 4 color process (red, yellow, blue and
black plates in tight registration) via letterpress on Fabriano
stationery stock - 6x8" with matching envelope. $7.00 each
Ok, maybe you've all seen something like this before but this just
exudes "class" like no other elf poo spoof. Printed on Hahnemuhle
Biblio in 3 colors and sealed in a mylar bag. 6.25 x 4.25 and on
average containing 4 pieces of poo. $3.00 each
Blank Journals. Printed in 3 colors on Twinrocker Simon's Green and St.
Armand Tan papers in a limited edition of 100 (about 20 left, only 2
tan) with 80 interior pages and sewn with a coptic loop stitch
structure. These were plates I acquired with a shop I purchased but
I've tracked down their origins in a book cover designed by Margaret
Armstrong in 1903 for a lovely Scribner edition of Henry Van Dyke's Little Rivers. 5.5 x 7.5", $20.00 each