Old West Saloon Whiskey Shot Glass - The Bird Cage
Old West Saloon Whiskey Shot Glass - The Bird Cage
The Bird Cage Theater Tombstone Ariz. Terr. Oiginally opened as a wholesome family establishment, the Bird Cage soon turned to bawdy entertainment and gambling

Old West Saloon Whiskey Shot Glass - The Bird Cage

RJT#6896 -
$9.95

Description

The art work on these glasses is not printed on, rather it is etched into the glass in the style of the rare and highly collectable glasses of 130 years ago and are hard to tell from the old collectable glasses of that by gone era. Each glass tells a story of the days of this young country on the frontier. 
Sold Individually so pick your favorite!

The Bird Cage Theater Tombstone Ariz. Terr.
The Bird Cage Theatre opened on December 26, 1881. It was owned by Lottie and "Billy" Hutchinson.
Hutchison, a variety performer, originally intended to present respectable family shows
like he'd seen in San Francisco that were thronged by large crowds.
After the Theatre opened, they hosted a Ladies Night for the respectable women of Tombstone, who could attend for free.
But the economics of Tombstone didn't support their aspirations.
They soon canceled the Ladies Night and began offering more bawdy entertainment that appealed to the rough mining crowd.


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