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You tip back your glass to take a swig of the water, wine, or whiskey. The liquid sloshes like waves inside and you notice there's an image on the on the double old fashioned glass. The image is inside the glass itself. It's part of it. The etched glass image is something that reminds you of the last time you saw the ocean. Maybe it was a crab, like steamed Dungeness crab you had after going for a swim on a beach on the California coast. Maybe it was an anchor, like the one near that historic shipwreck off of North Carolina's Outer Banks. Or maybe it was a ship, like the sailboats you saw on your honeymoon to southern Spain. Either way, it trigger a memory, a reminder of a time when all you worried about was whether you had applied enough sunscreen, and if your drinking glass was full. And you sip your beverage and relax.

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These etched glassware products bring a little bit of that easy seaside feeling to daily life. Charming images related to coastal life are etched into the glass itself, which means that it won't fade or wear out like printed images. As long as your glass survives, so does the reminder of a mellower time. After a long day, a drink – even of water – can help you unwind, transport your mind to the coast with all the tranquility of a day spent watching the waves. When you buy glassware etched with reminders of the sea, you get access to a mini-vacation to a memory any time you want, no extra charge.

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Grey Textured Ceramic Canisters With Pyramid Tops Set of 3
The representative at Beach Decor Shop responded quickly to my inquiries. The canisters are show stoppers - extremely impressive. I searched the web for the best price. This was it. However, I read in an answer to a question on another website that the canisters were food-safe. However, each canister had a sticker on the bottom that said not food-safe. Packing of the canisters was extremely well-done. It took 45 minutes to carefully unpack and then remove all of the cardboard and styrofoam popcorn. I will be keeping them because I love them and it would be too time consuming to pack them up. However, I ordered other canisters to store food in. I'm storing dish towels and plastic grocery bags in them,so it does free up drawer space.
Barbara Bruer
Mar 22, 2019