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Monogram
No Brand? Consider a Monogram
How about a monogram, in swirling, interlocking vines, or perhaps letters forming a shield, or even a snowflake. Diamonds and circles. Or simply a name, elegantly engraved in artistic type.
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Boot Mug
A little bit of whimsy... and especially popular with junior buckaroos. The extra-large 17 oz. size makes it suitable even as a unique beer mug. Molded and tempered glass. Although most of the mug is rather elaborately "tooled", we can engrave your brand on the un-decorated front of the boot.

Deep-etch engraved with your brand:
        LB021 set of four Boot Mugs, $40.00

Height = 6 1/2 inches
Diameter (at rim) = 3 1/4 inches
Volume = 17 ounces.

Please note that quoted volume measurements are made filled to the rim. Although this is the only truly objective way to measure volume, but actual usable volume will be a little bit less.

Tempered glass and dishwasher safe.
Egyptian tomb hieroglyphics dating back more than 4,000 years ago depict scenes of cattle branding. And there are indications that the Biblical Jacob the herdsman branded his livestock.

Branding of cattle in the United States probably originated in Texas, as did much of the Western cattle industry. The very first cattle brand to be registered in Texas appears to be the Alamo brand, owned by the Alamo Regiment of the mission at San Antonio de Bexar. Records of its use go back as far as 1813.