This manually blown glass is made after a Roman original, excavated in the 4th century Anglo-Saxon fort Burgh Castle in England. Glass like this was made all over the Roman Empire since the 1st century AD onwards. Later on, during the 4th and 5th century, glass production was adopted by the Germanic tribes. This glass is a perfect example of an originally Roman model that was still used during the era of the Great Migration. Glass like this was mainly used as a drinking cup. Product details:
Material: White glass
Width: 5,5 cm
Content: 200 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.