Penny Farthing Bike Pint Glass
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Etched heavy 16oz pint glasses -
- dishwasher-safe, microwave-safe
- sandblasted etch lasts a lifetime
- packed in individual gift boxes
The antique penny farthing bike was the first vehicle to be called a bicycle. It's also called an ordinary bicycle, or velocipede. Also available as a pendant!
- Capacity: 16 oz (that's a full pint of beer)
- Height: 5.75" (14cm)
- Top Width: 3.25" (8.5cm)
- Bottom Width: 2" (6cm)
All glassware and ceramics are small-batch sandblasted in our studio in Portland, OR. We're super good at masking by hand, but there will be a small amount of inconsistency between handmade items, which makes them special. Some images may be digital mock-ups instead of actual finished products. Sizing and placement are approximate representations.
Food-safe! Ceramic mug glazes you can feel good about: meet CA's Prop 65 limits for leaching of lead & cadmium (0.99 ppm lead and 7.92 ppm cadmium). In fact, our mug glazes are non-detect at testing detection limits well below (< 0.01 ppm for both).
All of our drinking glasses are Made in the USA, and most of our ceramics are made in China. Our bowls, carafes, and lidded containers are sourced from a large Swedish housewares chain, and may be made in countries such as China, Thailand, or more.
Customized items may take 1-3 weeks to complete. Please let us know if you have a deadline so we can meet it. Stock items ship within 3 days.