RONNIE JAMES DIO Pint Glass Now Available

The newly released Ronnie James Dio pint glass from Rock N Roll By The Pint is now available for order at this location.

Rock N Roll By The Pint is the creation of legendary rock photographer Gene Kirkland. His career spans over three decades and includes a who's who from A to Z. Being a fan of music and photography himself, this is his own unique way of blending the two arts to create a pint glass that can be displayed proudly either in your hand or on your shelf. If you appreciate music, photography or collectibles, these unique creations cover all the bases!

Each of Gene's images has been carefully chosen and is certain to make that beverage of your choice even tastier. He is as much of a fan of these artists as you are and he's an even bigger fan of quality and the "cool factor." Every glass is made in the USA and always will be. Fill your glass and toast to your favorite band or your favorite song and just sit back and quench your thirst.

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