Please double check coordinates for desired location and read the instructions on how to find and enter the coordinates you'd like. For example, a specific fountain or statue located within Central Park, New York City, drag the location marker on the map to get the exact coordinates. For the park in general, Google's default coordinates for the park can be used.
Coordinates will be shown in the Degrees, Minutes, Seconds format: 40¬∞ 02' 13"N; 76¬∞ 29' 47"W. Decimals are not included
Made in the USA: Columbia, PA
Features personalized, sand etched Latitude and Longitude coordinates
If this is a gift that won't make it in time, you can print this card while your custom glasses are created
Over 100 years of glass craftsmanship · Hand-cut customization makes it extra special
Let these personalized pint glasses serve as an everyday reminder of a special place. Send Susquehanna Glass Company any location coordinates, and they’ll create glasses just for you. The Latitude and Longitude design is an exclusive collaboration with us that uses sand etching to leave a clean, crisp finish. Each glass is created in the USA with a keen eye for detail and a strong tradition—over 100 years and counting—of craftsmanship.
If you want to create personalized glasses, Susquehanna Glass Company is one of the best around. This third-generation operation has a 100+ year history of making etched glass in the USA, and they’ll memorialize your initials or the coordinates of a favorite place on mugs, rocks glasses, and wine glasses.
Map out your allegiance to a location with their Latitude and Longitude design—a Grommet exclusive. All you need to do is give Susquehanna Glass Company the coordinates for the place, like your hometown or favorite vacation spot. They’ll sand etch your coordinates on for a clean, crisp finish. Another great use for these: a memorable gift for weddings (choose the nuptial’s location) or a graduation (the college town).
If initials are more your thing, choose the hand etched monogram designs. Susquehanna hand cuts each by holding the glass against a rotating stone wheel. It’s a sophisticated touch that looks timeless and will last for years.
Susquehanna believes glass can have personal meaning. Their careful craftsmanship in capturing special places and initials proves them right.