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    Posted: September-03-2012 at 11:55pm
I do custom etched Beer Mugs, Wine Glasses, Mirror's, etc. The etching is permanent and will last forever. The attached picture is one that I've made for Nautique. It has the "N" logo on the front and at the bottom, all the way around, it says "Correct Craft - On the Waters of the World Since 1925". These are custom made when ordered and can be customized with your name or boat name on it.

I can also do the Nautique/Correct Craft logo on a mirror for a garage or man cave, game room. I can also do other types of logos or images, just ask!

$18.00 for the Beer Mug as shown. It's a 28 oz high quality glass mug. Pint glasses are also $18.00. If you'd like 4 or more there is a quantity discount, just contact me for me information. Shipping to be determined by zip code. I will only charge actual shipping charges and will include insurance. Feel free to call me at 704-500-1052 or email to 90jeepgirl@gmail.com or PM me on here!

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They are nice, but I have a feeling you are going to run into some copyright infringement issues with CC. It has happened on here before.
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Michelle, I love the mug you made for me it is awesome !! Thanks for helping me out on the emblems of of your boat, they worked out perfect for me !!
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Originally posted by 75 Tique 75 Tique wrote:

They are nice, but I have a feeling you are going to run into some copyright infringement issues with CC. It has happened on here before.


x2 To bad, It is really nice.
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I can also do Pilsner glasses, pint glasses and shot glasses. Even regular drinking glasses, anything glass or metal at that. I customized our steering wheel center with some etching. Let me know what you want!
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Here is a sample of the pint glasses!
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Newest version I did for someone with Super Air Nautiques. Still taking orders!

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Looking awesome !! I love mine !!
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Here are a few more if anyone is interested, feel free to email me or PM me.

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Love My Barefoot Nautique Glasses! Fast service and great shipping........

Thanks Michele............

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Nice touch showing them full of beer, caught myself reaching for the checkbook
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Well, let me know what you want and I'll tell you how much you need to deduct out of the checkbook I do custom work, so if you have something in mind, just let me know.
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Still doing the glasses if your interested. Mugs, pilsners, pints, shot glasses and even redneck wine glasses. Just reply or email me at 90jeepgirl@gmail.com

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Originally posted by ncdoubleup ncdoubleup wrote:



Here is a sample of the pint glasses!


Are these $18 as well?
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Could you do a custom run of Tervis Tumblers? I would love a set that have "Debonnaire" on one side and "Correct Craft" on the other.
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How much for a set of 2 Barefoot Nautiques?
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I'm not familiar with these type of tumblers, but if they are glass, then I would say yes. I will PM you my number and you can give me a call so we can figure it out.

Thanks for looking!

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Sending a PM right now to answer your questions :)

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Originally posted by tullfooter tullfooter wrote:

How much for a set of 2 Barefoot Nautiques?


Love my BFN glasses... the etching is well done and has held up for about a year and looks the same..... Double Z snaps!
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Thanks so much! I love doing what I do! Keep the orders coming! Remember I can do other logos or ideas as well.

I also do shot glasses and even stainless steel flask!

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Originally posted by 69barri 69barri wrote:

Could you do a custom run of Tervis Tumblers?

Great question.
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Tervis Tumblers are Plastic insulated cups for use on the boat. Can you etch plastic?
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I looked the Tervis Tumblers up and they are made of a heavy duty polymer, which is a really hard plastic. I haven't ever done anything like this, but there's always a first time. I will try to find one locally and see if it works. The biggest thing is how it will look when it's finished.

I usually try to stick to glass or even stainless steel, like flasks and water bottles. But I will tackle this and see what I can find.

Can someone tell me though, is "Tervis Tumbler" the brand name or is it a certain type of the cup?

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Tervis is a brand name, BB&B sells them locally. Don't bother with a cheap knock off tumbler.
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Michele is getting creative with some pints and shot glasses for me. I will send photos when I get them.
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Thought I'd bump this up and see if there is any new interest in the glasses. With Christmas just around the corner, now is as good as any to start your shopping. Remember I can do anything that's already listed, plus I can do plenty of other logos.
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Any luck etching the Tervis Tumblers? If so I would be very interested in a "Debonnaire" set!
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I can vouch for Michele. She did a great job on three different style of pint glasses, and two different shot glasses.
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Originally posted by tullfooter tullfooter wrote:

I can vouch for Michele. She did a great job on three different style of pint glasses, and two different shot glasses.


I'll second this. I have ordered 14 glasses from her so far and have been very happy with them. I will be doing more of them in the future as well.   Great communication, very fair prices, and fast shipping.

I highly recommend her. You will be happy and have something truly unique.
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I've had a few inquiries about the etched glasses lately and figured I would bump this up so those who are new can see what we do. We've purchased new machines, so our line of products has drastically increased. We have added a plasma cutter to do metal and still have the laser to do other items like the LED signs and of course we still do the etched glasses. Beer mugs, large and small, pints, shots, pilsners,etc. Let me know what you need and I'll be happy to help you out!!!

Feel free to visit our Facebook page at Old Mountain Crafts.

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