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Thirstystone Resources sells coasters, trivets and clocks made from natural sandstone, and Frontier Studios hand crafted home decor accessories. They also produce custom designs for advertising specialties, business gifts, incentives, recognition awards and premiums. The collections include Monogram Coasters, Impressions Coasters, Trivets, Mug and Coaster Sets, Candy Mugs, Coaster Keepers, and Note Keepers. Chauncey Homer, Debbie Mumm, Challis and Roos, Diane Pedersen, Jim Killen, and Joy Marie are among the artists.

Location: 860 East 19th Street, Tucson Arizona 85719 Telephone 520-623-1396 Toll Free: 800-829-6888 Fax 520-770-1554

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