Nautical Chart Wine Glasses
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Nautical Chart Wine Glasses

Lifelong sailor Mark Sutton uses old nautical maps as inspiration for these etched wine glasses.
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$15.00

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Mark Sutton

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I would buy these glasses again

5

Loved the design as it clearly shows the eastern end of Long Island, NY. Although the Hamptons are well known, it is the NOFO of Long Island that grows the grapes.

Orwigsburg Pa

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