What to give the Brooklyn lover who has it all? This handy ceramic trivet from the 1983 Centennial of the Brooklyn Bridge, of course. It is a solid ceramic piece with the detailed illustration of the bridge baked into the finish, not painted on top. Ready and able to protect all surfaces from hot/wet/scratchy items. Plus, it is meta-vintage...in only 67 years we'll need something to celebrate its Centennial. We have more than one available, so as to save you from jealous fights among your gift recipients.
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