Shot Glass, Hand Blown Glass Drinkware, A128
Shot Glass, Hand Blown Glass Drinkware, A128
Shot Glass, Hand Blown Glass Drinkware, A128
Shot Glass, Hand Blown Glass Drinkware, A128
Shot Glass, Hand Blown Glass Drinkware, A128
Shot Glass, Hand Blown Glass Drinkware, A128
Shot Glass, Hand Blown Glass Drinkware, A128
Shot Glass, Hand Blown Glass Drinkware, A128
Shot Glass, Hand Blown Glass Drinkware, A128
Aspen Hot Glass

Shot Glass, Hand Blown Glass Drinkware, A128

Regular price $18.00 Sale price $22.00 Unit price per
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Our hand-blown shot glasses would make a nice addition to the home bar accessory or for groomsman, bridesmaids, weddings or the shot glass collector.

This shot glass was made by Bill Grout using Boro glass in our Aspen Hot Glass studio located in the heart of the Bitterroot Valley, proudly made in Montana.

It holds approximately 1 oz (30 ml) of liquid and about 1.87" wide at the lip, 1.35" wide at the base and about 2.24 tall.

If someone is not into barware this small glass can also be used to hold toothpicks, Q-tips or they work well as a little flower vase.

Fun trivia about the word shot glass:

An old legend on how shot glasses got their name is, back in the old west a bullet cost 12 cents, so did a shot of whiskey. If a cowboy/cowgirl did not have the money he/she could pay with a bullet, thus the saying “give me a shot”.

All of our glass is kiln annealed after the glass blowing process.

Thank you for taking the time to enjoy our glass art and we hope you have a fun and wonderful day,
Rae

More about us and our story:

Bill has been blowing glass since 1993.

In 2002 Rae left the corporate world to be with Bill and pursue her artistic adventure blowing glass and so much more.

Since 2016 Rae has been incorporating metalworking, steampunk, dragons and other fantasy themes into the glass art.

The location has wide-open views overlooking the Bitterroot Valley of Montana, where together they spread love and harmony, sharing this fantastic journey called life.

For more information check out their YouTube channel: Bill & Rae Show
plus the Aspen Hot Glass website.