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Looking for Glasses with Cowgirls

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Looking for glasses with pictures of cowgirls or, if that is too specific, a shop that sells various different types of printed glasses. I will be using them to serve a Bourbon Milkshake so I'm trying to find glasses that reflect a bourbon-theme or a milk-theme. Used is ok.

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  1. That's a tall order, partner..... :0

    Might have been/faster luck online. A search for "Western theme barware" brought up these cute ones on Etsy:
    http://www.etsy.com/listing/151131453...
    and lots more with an Etsy search of "Western drinking glasses"
    http://www.etsy.com/search?q=western%...

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    1. re: Science Chick

      Thanks, though I am hoping I can find them in the Greater Boston Area!

    2. Haven't been in recently but I have had luck finding "fun" glasses at Newbury Comics and Urban Outfitters.

      Does Restoration hardware still exist? They used to have lots of cowboy themed stuff. But I am really dating myself….

      Lastly give Boston Shaker a call. They are located in Somerville and carry more traditional barware but who knows? A friend of mine got some great retro style tiki stuff for her Tiki Bar from him.

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      1. re: foodieX2

        Restoration Hardware recently opened in the old Louis Boston space on Newbury. I didn't see much in the way of glassware when I checked it out.

        1. re: foodieX2

          RH just launched a line of glassware (and other tabletop stuff). Definitely not in the printed-with-a-cowgirl style of things!

          1. re: peelmeagrape

            I am talking 8+ years ago lol!

        2. Try Boutique Fabulous in Inman Square or Buckaroo's Mercantile on Brookline Street in Central Square.

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          1. re: newhound

            Unless Buckaroo has moved, it is, sadly, no more. That was my first instinct.

          2. I would look for decals and put them on normal glasses..