3D Stadium Coaster Set

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Reviews (3.4 out of 5 Grommets)

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A conversation piece

10/19/2020 by Thomas

The coasters always draw comments from our guests. They love the home teams, and can’t wait to use them


Gift for my cousin who loves the Phillies

7/20/2020 by Joanne

Gift for my cousin who loves the Phillies. They were I hit for my family in Philadelphia.


A great reminder of his favorite stadium

7/20/2020 by Christine

Bought this for my Dad for Father's Day. It's out on the table all the time. He loves so many of your themed sports gifts!


Nice but a little expensive for 2

10/19/2020 by Bonnie

I'm always trying to find different items for people that I buy for. This is one of them that topped the list. Coasters looked good, but it's a Christmas gift so I don't know how they hold up.



1/9/2020 by Tami

Purchased both the White Sox and Bears coasters. Gave them as a gift to my kids. Both sets had obvious fingerprints (could turn them over for fingerprinting as the swirls were obvious) on the inside. Very unhappy ☹️



9/13/2019 by Rachel

Really loved the coasters but within 6 months they have cracked :( the tops of the coasters have big cracks in them, just from regular use.


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The StadiumViews Story

Stadium seating—in the living room.

Stadium Salute

Whether you’re an NFL fanatic or want to honor your alma mater, StadiumViews has a 3D stadium replica. They’ve captured an aerial view of hundreds of professional and college team stadiums. And every piece is Made in the USA.

They focus on catching all of a stadium’s details from a blimp’s perspective. From the seats to official logo, everything is represented on precision-cut pieces of white birch and poplar wood. The pieces are layered to create the three-dimensional effect.

It’s an artistic way to pay tribute to some of the most famous—and beloved—sports arenas. Each stadium has hand-drawn
original artwork as well as facts and features that make it unique—and it comes framed and ready to hang. (Score!) Read More Read Less