Devil's Dictionary Medicine Glasses - Set of 2

These glasses feature iconic industry vocabulary and their satirical definitions.

$25.00

Good Medicine

Pour one (or two) and call us in the morning. Just what the doctor ordered, this set of two double Old Fashioned glasses is decorated with iconic medical industry terms and their definitions from Ambrose Bierce's satirical Devil's Dictionary, published in 1906. A subtle pitchfork adds a touch of devilish detail to the end of a slim, red line that wraps around to the other side of the glass. Glassware made in the USA. Decorated in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Check out our other Devil's Dictionary Glasses: Devil's Dictionary Finance Glasses and Devil's Dictionary Law Glasses.

Exclusive Made in the USA
Made from
glass
Measurements
3.5" H x 3.25" diameter; 11 oz.
Notes
top rack dishwasher safe
Item ID
42170

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