'Cheers Dad' Etched Pint Glass

Vinegar & Brown Paper

£41.90 Delivery included

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    • Order placed
    • 15th June
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    • 20th June
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    • Standard delivery
    • 24th - 25th June

Credentials

  • Made in UK
  • Handmade
Description

How exactly do you say thank you to your dad, without getting a little too emotional?

This individually etched pint glass could be the answer,.

With its etched wording on the side, the full message is only revealed on the bottom of the glass...when he has finished drinking his pint.

Cheers Dad.

Featured in lifestyle magazines, TV programmes and social media posts, these glasses are individually etched by Andy Poplar in his small studio in the North of England and can be found sitting on the desks of writers, artists, scientists and lovers of wordplay from York to New York.

Need to know

These glasses hold a standard pint (568ml).

The etching is dishwasher safe (but hand washing is recommended).

Delivery

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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 24th - 25th June

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POOL IN WHARFEDALE, YORKSHIRE

For those that love wit, typography and a slightly askew way of looking at the world, Vinegar & Brown Paper presents his collection of etched apothecary glass bottles.

Individually sandblasted, each bottle is created by artist Andy Poplar in his studio in the North of England. Featured in magazines, TV programmes and social media posts, his range of bottles can be found on the desks of writers, artists, scientists and those that revel in wordplay from York to New York.