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Fit For Life - Etched 25oz Glass Beer Stein - The perfect vessel for moving beer to your mouth! by BrightFutureHeirloom

Fit For Life - Etched 25oz Glass Beer Stein - The perfect vessel for moving beer to your mouth! by BrightFutureHeirloom

Heart Dumbbell  Etched Glass Beer Stein by BrightFutureHeirloom

Heart Dumbbell - Etched 25oz Glass Beer Stein - The perfect vessel for moving beer to your mouth

Heart Dumbbell Etched Glass Beer Stein by BrightFutureHeirloom

I Heart The Mountains  Etched 25oz Glass by BrightFutureHeirloom

I Heart The Mountains - Etched 25oz Glass Beer Stein - The perfect vessel for moving beer to your mouth

I Heart The Mountains Etched 25oz Glass by BrightFutureHeirloom

Home Brew  Etched Glass Beer Stein by BrightFutureHeirloom on Etsy

Home Brew - Etched 25oz Glass Beer Stein - The perfect vessel for moving beer to your mouth

Home Brew Etched Glass Beer Stein by BrightFutureHeirloom on Etsy

Mr. and Mrs. anchor mugs, 2 nautical themed beer mugs for bride and groom wedding, navy blue boat anchors on beer steins. $20.00, via Etsy.

Mr. and Mrs. anchor mugs, 2 nautical themed beer mugs for bride and groom wedding, navy blue boat anchors on beer steins. Anchor beer mugs

Mr. and Mrs. anchor mugs, 2 nautical themed beer mugs for bride and groom wedding, navy blue boat anchors on beer steins. $20.00, via Etsy.

1653 German (Creussen) Tankard at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Many types of beer mug were made in Germany in the 17th century. Perhaps the most decorative were the dark-red stoneware tankards made at Creussen in Saxony. For these the technique of enamel decoration in bright colours was used, which is usually associated with glass. As luxury products made for a local market, they were not exported to England."

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1653 German (Creussen) Tankard at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Many types of beer mug were made in Germany in the 17th century. Perhaps the most decorative were the dark-red stoneware tankards made at Creussen in Saxony. For these the technique of enamel decoration in bright colours was used, which is usually associated with glass. As luxury products made for a local market, they were not exported to England."

Bright White Steel Growler by Shine Craft Vessel Co. on Scoutmob

Bright White Steel Growler

A fluorescent chandelier and vivid pink flowers - Lily Stein for Jim Kennedy Photographers

02 17 Rustic Ideas Plum Pretty Sugar

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