Manhole Cover Cork Trivet-Hamburg

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Manhole Cover Cork Trivet-Hamburg

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Hamburg, Germany’s second largest city, is historically known as the Gateway to the World given its position on the Elbe and its union with the Hanseatic League. The city was given its name when Charlemagne built a castle there in 808. Since then it has suffered measurably from various invaders and attacks, most notably on July 23, 1943 when it was firebombed by the RAF. Now, it is an extraordinary urbane destination, with thick-skinned citizenry. Part of the Deutschland Über Alles coaster set.

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"We all have three cities: the one in which we grew up, the one where we live and the one in which we wished we live."-Alan Furst
Put a functional memento of your favorite city on your table with a manhole cover in the form of a cork trivet. Each trivet replicates a real manhole from a city permanently etched into cork.

Each cork trivet is nearly 3/8" thick and about 7-1/4" in diameter. The engraving method has incredible detail and tactility. Fabricated from sustainable Portuguese cork and packaged from upcycled cardboard in Philadelphia, PA USA.

Shipping is free with any two orders or more (trivets and/or coasters.) Mixed styles and/or types. For example: NYC Coasters and a Budapest trivet ships free. Or a Philly Phever coaster set and a Grand Tour Coaster set ships free. Or a Hamburg trivet and a Roma trivet ships free. Or two Paris trivets and a Miami trivet ships free. We could go on….

Any single item order only is $3 shipping. See the International Shipping Options.
Cork is a natural material, thus rare aberrations within the etching can occur.
As each one is handmade please allow five business days for delivery. 

Listing is for the trivet only. See the coaster sets too.