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DROP-PROOF & Durable {1.7" x 3.7" Inch / 1.5 oz } 1 Single Large-Size Shot Glass for Drinking, Made of Plastic w/Get Pissed! Quote Saying On A Men's Bathroom Urinal Toilet Bowl Stall {Black & White}

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Price: $13.19

  • DURABILITY: This hand blown style of shot glass has a DROP-RESISTANT design. This means that the glass can survive short falls on to its base from up to 5 feet in the air on to solid concrete!
  • LIFETIME WARRANTY INCLUDED: These products have a lifetime warranty that is guaranteed by the manufacturer. This means that if the products come with a manufacturer defect upon opening the package you may request replacement from the manufacturer.
  • MULTIPLE USES: Shot glasses aren't just great for drinking! These shot glasses can be used to hold snacks, appetizers, dressing, sauces, spices and much more! Why limit yourself to standard uses when these shot glasses can be used for so much more than drinking!
  • HEIGHT & DIAMETER DETAILS: Any measurements that are stated in this listings title are approximate.
  • MATERIAL: These shot glasses are made of NON-TOXIC and eco-neutral material. They are high quality, durable and GUARANTEED by the manufacturer to last the lifetime of any owner with normal use.
HISTORY OF EARLIEST SHOT GLASSES: Some of the earliest small shot glasses in America from the late 1700s to early 1800s were called "whiskey tasters" or "whiskey tumblers" and were hand blown. They are thick, similar to today's shot glasses, but will show a pontil mark or scar on the bottom, or will show a cupped area on the bottom where the pontil mark was ground and polished off. Some of these glasses even have hand-applied handles and decorations hand cut by a grinding wheel. In the early to mid-1800s, glass blowers began to use molds and several different patterns of "whiskey tasters" in several different colors were being made in molds. These glasses are also thick like today's shot glass but they will have rough pontiled bottoms from being hand blown into the mold. By the 1870s to 1890s as glass making technology improved, the rough pontiled bottoms largely disappeared from glasses and bottles. Just before Prohibition in the U.S. in the late 1800s to early 1900s, thin-sided mass-produced whiskey glasses were common. Many of these glasses feature etched advertising on them. After Prohibition, these were replaced by shot glasses with a thick base and thick sides.
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Brand mySimpleProducts.Shop
Color white. black
Label mySimpleProducts.Shop
Manufacturer mySimpleProducts.Shop
Material Type Plastic
Product Group Kitchen
Product Type Name KITCHEN
Publisher mySimpleProducts.Shop
Size Large-Size
Studio mySimpleProducts.Shop
Warranty Lifetime Warranty
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