Molly Virginia Made Leather Coaster Set - Sorbet
Molly Virginia Campbell uses an ancient marbling technique developed in China to create unique and individualized leather goods. Each of her Molly Virginia Made coasters is individually hand-dyed and marbled, making each set one-of-a-kind.
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- Leather and cork in Sorbet.
- Moisture sealed.
- Set of 4.
- Hand dyed and sewn in Richmond, VA.
- Due to handcrafting process, each coaster is unique.
- Meet The Maker
In her Richmond, VA studio, Molly Virginia Campbell creates unique and individualized leather goods, always keeping it simple and modern, and always with subtle nods to the state that inspires her. Throughout her collection, you’ll find traces of the lines and shapes the James River takes as it runs through the center of town, along with splashes of the deep purples and blues found in the Appalachian Mountains.
Maker: Molly Virginia Made
We create: Hand-dyed and hand-sewn marbled leather goods
We use: Naturla, eco-friendly vegetable tanned leathers
Based in: Richmond, VA
Favorite local hangout: The beautiful James River that runs right through the middle of the city!
Design should be: Simplistic and unique
- Shipping + Return Info
This special order item ships from the vendor to your home, arriving within 1-3 weeks of order receipt.
The shipping rate varies depending on your order total and shipping options. View Shipping Rates and Options.
This item ships directly from the vendor and is designated as special order (SPO)—i.e. custom ordered just for you. Any special order items will be flagged as ‘special order’ in your shopping cart. Special order items may not be returned and are exchangeable against manufacturer’s defects ONLY. Prior purchases are not eligible for price adjustments. Please familiarize yourself with our returns policy before placing your order.
For further assistance please call our customer service department at 1.888.922.4119 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keep out of bright, direct sunlight; please note that bubbles are often a part of the marbling process and will appear naturally.