SECONDS Mary Anning Pint Glass
Sometimes we come across glasses that aren't quite up to the standards we expect of our products. Instead of filling up the landfill with things that are pretty good but not perfect, we're making them available at a steep discount. These Lovelace pint glass seconds may have some blemishes in the glasses themselves or may have some slight printing errors.
This pint glass features Mary Anning. Ever heard of the tongue twister “she sells seashells by the seashore?” This pint glass features the inspiration for that tricky sentence: Mary Anning. Anning was an English fossil collector, dealer, and paleontologist. She discovered the first ichthyosaur, plesiosaur, and pterosaur skeletons, and made a living selling the fossils she found to tourists. Anning would search cliffs along the seaside near her house. These cliffs often had landslides that exposed fossils, which Anning needed to collect quickly before they were washed out to sea. One of these landslides nearly killed Anning in 1833. Her dog, Tray, was not so lucky. Say a toast to Tray and his owner’s revolutionary findings.
When it’s time to celebrate your favorite physicist, lab partner, or professor, who better to present?
Your biggest discoveries always lie ahead.
Printed with eco-friendly ceramic ink for a raised rough texture. Because the ink fires on at temperatures of up to 1,200°F and becomes part of the finish, the image doesn’t peel, flake, or scratch.
Made in the USA.
Volume: 16 oz