Driehaus Museum Collection Marble Coaster
This exclusive Driehaus Museum tumbled marble coaster depicts the front elevation of the Samuel M. Nickerson House, nicknamed "The Marble Palace." The illustration first appeared in the February 1881 edition of The American Architect and Building News.
Noteworthy for its fireproof construction, vast marble decorative interior surfaces, and the Italian Renaissance urban palace mode utilized by architects Burling & Whitehouse, the Nickerson Mansion embodies the power, aspirations, and achievements of the industrial princes of America's Gilded Age.
- Material: tumbled marble
- Dimensions: 4" x 4"
- Surface protecting cork back
- Handmade in the USA