The verb ‘coast,’ as in slide downhill on a toboggan (and the root of our word 'coaster’), came into existence in the mid 19th century so the idea to call a slider a COASTER would, of course, had to have happened a bit after that.
_____________________________ SLIDER noun, A stand or holder for a bottle or decanter, intended to be slid along the table.
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I found what were called WINE COASTER on the web dating from the early 1800s.
I cannot be sure that antique dealers advertising these early pieces as ‘coasters’ are not using an anachronism, but my best guess after looking on several of their sites is that the transition from the word ‘slider’ to ‘coaster’ took place around the mid 1800s.