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Seashore Etched Double Old Fashioned Glasses (set of 4)

Seashore Etched Double Old Fashioned Glasses (set of 4)

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SKU#: SQ660

Four coastal patterns are featured on the double old fashioned glass set. A conch shell, sand dollar, scallop shell and starfish are hand cut into brilliant clear dof glasses. This is a top quality drinking glass set for everyday use.

Seashore Etched Double Old Fashioned Glasses (set of 4)

  • Sold in sets of 4 dof glasses.
  • Capacity: 13.25 oz.
  • Clear glass, dishwasher safe.
  • Material: Glass

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It all began in 1910 in a small town in South Central Pennsylvania. Working on a glass cutting machine in a tiny shed behind his house, the founder of the company laid the groundwork for this beautiful glass. One hundred years and three generations later, this family-owned company flourishes as a leader in its industry. Built upon a tradition of pride in craftsmanship and handmade quality. Made in one of the last remaining American factories practicing the art of hand-cut glass. Each piece produced is a work of art. Crafted by hand, the decorating processes used are meticulously performed by skilled artisans using a blend of modern and century-old techniques.

Manufacturer: Susquehanna Glass

Manufacturer Part Number: 004-8308-660-4

Custom Stock Status: Usually Ships in 5-10 Days

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