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If the medieval age was so philosophically and technologically backward, then why did they have such cool drinkware? This goblet was made in England by master pewtersmiths. The design is, as I mentioned, Medieval, with a simple but elegant design. This is a wonderfully understated piece. It bestows a sense of quiet majesty upon anyone bearing it (I have no idea why the heck I'm suddenly speaking all flowery like that. I think this goblet is getting to me).
A perfect addition to any cupboard. Also works great as a display piece. And no need to mention how fantastic it would be at those midnight ceremonies.
This piece stands just over 6 inches high and is perfectly safe and pleasant to drink from. It holds 10 ounces of liquid.
Height: 6 Inches
Outside Diameter of Base: 3 Inches
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