Engraved Gifts Direct Engraved Gifts Direct 500388 16oz. Baseball Pub Pilsner Glass P1687971 http://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/END/END-500388.jpg Engraved Gifts Direct 500388 16oz. Baseball Pub Pilsner Glass 1687971 2.50lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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Engraved Gifts Direct 500388 16oz. Baseball Pub Pilsner Glass

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  • Model:
    END-500388     Have Questions ?
  • Price:
    $21.30
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Product Description

Sports Pub with your choice of cast pewter medallion - This is a great gift idea! A 16 ounce Pub Pilsner with a baseball shape molded into the bottom of the glass. Personalize one as a special keepsake for your coach.

Gift Occasion Guide: Weddings, Birthday, Graduation, Father's Day, Christmas, Retirement, Valentine's Day

Gift Recipient Guide: Man/ Groomsman, Father, Grandfather



Note: If engraving in Old English, please use ONLY TWO LINES. (The Old English copy style becomes un-readable when engraved too small.)

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All items are engraved on the fronts/tops of products pictured unless otherwise stated in product description notes.

NOTE: All END- items are made-to-order, orders cannot be cancelled once placed.

Each line of your inscription may contain any combination of up to 12 characters, spaces and symbols.




Product Specifications

ConditionNew


Return Policy

A 40% restocking fee will be applied for returns. Personalized/Engraved items are non-returnable.


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