We are excited to present our wonderful new range of Cool Climate Placemats & Coaster sets both designed and made in Tasmania from Tasmanian Oak Veneer, printed with designs that can only be described as earthy with a slight retro appeal and packaged into a Eco-friendly Kraft box.
These designs are our Exclusive best selling Spotted Quoll iconic designs, captured in Tasmania by Tamika Bannister the owner and founder of The Spotted Quoll Studio since 2010!
I designed these gorgeous unique pieces for those that love to entertain for those that delight in a well set table for Christmas lunch a romantic dinner and everything in between ...who doesn't need a set of beautifully designed TAS Oak placemats and coasters to sit upon ones table?
Looking for a gift for those that have everything...?
Who doesn't need a set of beautifully designed placemats and coasters to sit upon ones dining table?
Made using Tasmanian Oak Veneer with striking black core.
What you get in your 8 Pack:
4 x 290mm placemats with 4 x matching 90mm coasters.
Please Note: Prolonged heat may cause placemats to warp.
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Did you know... this product is Tasmanian made?
The Tasmanian Oak Veneer used to make these placemats and coasters is processed at Britton Timbers in their own timber mill on the North-West Coast of Tasmania.
Tasmanian oak is a premium Australian hardwood timber encompassing three species that grow in the mountainous areas of Tasmania.
The box is comprised of 30% recycled content along with 70% kraft board, manufactured by Opal Fibre Packaging in Northern Tasmania.
The packaging concept and creative design is by our in-house designer, printed at Think Big Printing and Laser services by Custom Cuts Tasmania, both locally owned businesses.
The Yellow Brick Road - Captured in Launceston at St Georges square park in the dead of the winter, the yellow brick road represents to may a new path to adventure or a new road to travel on, for me I love the tantalising thought of heading up a road not knowing where it might lead as Helen Keller once said life's is either a daring adventure, or nothing at all!
Red Kite - Also captured in the dead of the Tasmanian winter when the trees are bare and the land is white with frost. The red kite and birds hand drawn in to create a whimsical design where you can almost imagine hearing children playing in the back ground rugged up in there warm beanies, scarves and jackets running wild with bright red noses from the cold.
The Green Moss Tree - Captured at Josef Chromy's Vineyard in the North of Tasmania the old dead moss cover tree captivated me with it's wrinkly weathered appearance, I imagined it to be an old wise grandfather tree aged with time and oh what tales he could tell with spring bunnies ruining at the foot of his trunk in the long green grass it was truly a scene out of Beatrix Potter!