We've all heard the aphorism: "It's not what you say, it's how you say it." These double Old Fashioned glasses say it with class, and a little sass, thanks to writer Ambrose Bierce's humorous definitions.
Decorated with terms "defined" in the writer's satirical Devil's Dictionary, which was published in 1906, each set of two glasses focuses on a specific industry: law, medicine, or finance. 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 US. Decorated in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.