This handmade drinking bowl (palm cup) is a replica of a Frankish original from the 6th-8th century AD. The original is part of the collection of the British Museum in London. Drinking mugs were mostly used by the Franks and the Merovingians between the end of the 5th and the first alf of the 8th century AD. Various originals have been excavated in Germanic and Viking graves. This drinking bowl is made of white glass, just like the original. .
Material: White glass
Width: 13 cm
Content: 350 ml
Production method: Hand-blown
Based on a historical original
Transport weight (grams): 500g
Washing prescription: Washing by hand, not suitable for the dishwasher.
This item is made in a limited amount. Therefore sizes can slightly vary and the item is not certified by food low authorities for suitability in preparing food.