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.
Inspired styles that blend top quality and good humor
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.
From beer mugs to stylish serveware, these standout designs are perfectly cut out for an Oktoberfest party. All you have to do now is curate the perfect brew-and-bites menu, and figure out who to invite over.
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