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About Susquehanna Glass Co.

The motifs on Susquehanna Glass Company’s coveted drinking glasses — from mustaches to seahorses to skulls-and-crossbones — are cheeky and fun. But they’re plenty durable too (hey, what’s style without substance?). The Susquehanna Glass Factory has been in the business of unique glassware -- custom monograms are their specialty -- since 1910, when founder Albert Roye set up shop in a small shed behind his house. Over 100 years later, this family business is a flourishing empire of personalized glassware: monogrammed barware, bridal toasting flutes and wedding gifts, logo winery tasting glasses, corporate awards, monogrammed outdoor acrylic and much more – though the Susquehanna Glass Co. moustache themed beer mugs remain the company’s breakout hit.

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Sale Ended March 20, 2014

For the Stylish Man: Books, Barware & More

If you’re a stylish fella — or looking for the perfect gift for the sophisticated man in your life — these beautifully illustrated, well-written books are a coffee table must. Architecture, design, fashion, luxury brands — many of the makings of the good life are represented in this selection.

Sale Ended September 29, 2013

Halloween Home: Accents & Tabletop

Set a spooky-yet-cheeky tone at home with these inspired designs: tableware, accents, books and more. They go well beyond the standard pumpkins-and-goblins fare, and will make you look at All Hallow’s Eve in a fresh new way.

Sale Ended August 19, 2014

Speakeasy Style

We’ve made it easy for you to fashion a space that’s ideal for relaxing with friends over cocktails. Get a rustic, retro vibe going with glass decanters, vintage-style bottles, and plenty more evocative accents.

Sale Ended January 10, 2014

Handmade in the USA: Susquehanna Glass Co.

And now, for something completely different: The motifs on these drinking glasses are cheeky and fun. And they’re plenty durable too (hey, what’s style without substance?) — and all are handmade in the USA.

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