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Our beautiful goblets and chalices are the perfect accompaniment to any meal. Many are made from easy to care for lead-free English pewter. We also carry feastware for those on the go; great for your next outing to the faire!

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Duerer Pewter Shot Glass

#804570
This pewter shot glass is adorned by panels depicting works of famous Renaissance painter and engraver Albrecht Duerer.
$24.95

Einar Horn Drinking Cup

#804513
This handmade horn cup features etched patterns and a brass rim and base. Approximately 3-1/2” tall. Capacity of approximately 8 oz.
$14.95

Einar Horn Drinking Goblet

#804515
This horn goblet is handmade with etched patterns and features a brass rim and base. Approximately 5-3/4” tall. Capacity of approximately 11 oz.
$17.95

Einar Horn Feasting Bowl with Brass Rim

#804512
This feasting bowl is made of real natural horn and features a brass rim. Approximately 5” in diameter.
$17.95

Evil Genius Mug

#804496
This ceramic mug is both dishwasher and microwave safe and can hold 12 oz of liquid.
$12.95

Excalibur Bottle Opener

#804651
This mini Excalibur bottle opener is the perfect bar accessory. Measures 8-1/2” long.
$14.95

Forged Bottle Opener

#805051
Enjoy your libations in rustic style with this hand forged, iron bottle opener.
$9.95

Forged Cork Screw

#805062
This cork screw is hand forged from iron and is a very unique accent piece for your home bar, festival, feast or reenactment.
$9.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Duerer Pewter Shot Glass

This handmade shot cup features 4 beautiful panels of the works made by the artist 'Albrecht Dürer';

The Dancing Peasants
The Knight and the Landsknecht
Three Farmers
The Knight, Death and the Devil
  
2 1/2 in. tall
1 5/8 in. base
1 5/8 in. rim

Holds 1.5 oz.

Manufactured by Tingieterij Holland which is the oldest - still working - traditional pewter foundry left in the Netherlands. All products are cast and finished by hand. Authentic bronze moulds are used the oldest of which dates from 1697.  Tingieterij Holland has an enormous range of pewter products, and they are all quite nice.
Reviewed by: Randle, July 08, 2019

Review of: Dragon Egg Shot Glasses

These Shot Glasses are the best looking set i have ever seen
Reviewed by: Vincent, February 01, 2019

Review of: Truth Serum Glass Decanter

Heaven't received it yet but i can hardly wait this is one of my favorites
Reviewed by: Vincent, February 01, 2019

Review of: Drinking Horn of Olga

A toast to this drinking horn! Well-crafted and stunning to behold!
Reviewed by: Caleb, January 25, 2019

Review of: Drinking Horn of Jarl

This horn was supposed to be a Christmas gift for an old friend who, because of  his height and size,  along with his long hair LOOKS like a Viking.  I say "supposed to be" because he happen to show up just as I was opening the box it came in,  which sort of let the "cat out of the bag" so to speak.  He says he hasn't tried it out yet, but he is working on  a stand for it so it won't spill.
Reviewed by: Richard, December 21, 2018

Review of: Dragon Drinking Horn

I love the craftsmanship that went into the carving of this drinking horn.  I might not use it for its intended purpose, but it definitely makes for  a  great conversation piece.
Reviewed by: Richard, December 21, 2018

Review of: House Stark Winter is Coming Tankard

Good
Reviewed by: gary, December 02, 2018

Review of: High Seas Pewter Pirate Tankard

My wife loves skulls and I really like pirate stuff.  This thing is really cool.  Nice detail on everything.
Reviewed by: Kenneth, November 28, 2018

Review of: Celtic Cross Tir-Na-Tog Tankard

Nice detail and would make a good gift or conversation piece.  Very cool.
Reviewed by: Kenneth, November 28, 2018

Review of: Dragon Egg Shot Glasses

I bought these for my boyfriend for our 1 year anniversary this year. He is a huge game of thrones fan and especially the Targeryans. He loved it. Both of us were really impressed with the craftsmanship. They were well made and the painting of the eggs was phenomenal. The wooden box they came in was very beautiful too. He loved it so much he decided to display them and not drink out of them despite the fact that I showed him the bottom egg pieces come off so you can clean them without destroying them. He said they were too awesome to drink out of.
Reviewed by: Paige, November 27, 2018