A medieval tankard is a form of drinkware consisting of a large, roughly cylindrical but tapers small toward the top with a single handle. Medieval Collectibles has medieval tankards are made of steel, pewter or silver. We have tankards that are just plain, but we have others that are embossed or engraved with symbols or designs of different cultures. Medieval Collectibles carries gothic tankards, pewter tankards, Celtic tankards, and Viking tankards that are great to take to the renaissance faire or reenactments. We carry tankard straps so that you can hang your medieval tankard from our belt when not in use. These pewter tankards are functional and very affordable. Other uses for our medieval tankards include weddings, parties, medieval fairs and everyday use. We are sure that you will find the right medieval tankard at Medieval Collectibles.
This Medieval style tankard is very simple in design. It could be used for any social class from Peasant to Noble. It features a stainless steel base with a satin finish body. This item is ideal for engraving.
Our Pewter Pirate Skull Tankard has a nice,, classic shape with a brightly polished finish. A separately cast skull and crossbones is applied to the body of the tankard. The handle is a separately cast winged skeleton.
This beautiful pewter Viking Horn tankard has a sateen finish and simulated horn fertility handle in traditional Viking style, carved pewter mounts. The Viking Horn tankard is safe for all cold beverages and has a 1 pint capacity.
This beautiful pewter Dragon tankard has a sateen finish with a heavy multicasting, this breathtaking sculpted glittering dragon in full flight, forms the handle of this exceptionally comfortable and satisfying tankard.
This Medieval style tankard is very simple in design. It could be used for any social class from Peasant to Noble. It features a satin matte finish with a pewter handle and a glass base. This item is ideal for engraving. Made in England.
An enduring tribute, to drink a pint to the memory and the dignified death of the legendary London to York highway man, Dick Turpin. The Turpin's Gallows Leather Tankard is safe for all cold beverages and has a 1 pint capacity.
This beautiful pewter Freya Saga tankard has a sateen finish with a mythological Viking Goddess Freya handle. Every civilization in history had some form of drinking vessel to hold their alcohol or drinkable fluids.
This classic shaped pewter tankard has a brightly polished finish with a sculpted lion as the handle. A very unique piece, you are sure to get some compliments on this one at the dinner table or while hanging from your belt when not in use.
Our Sailors Pewter Tankard with Rope Handle has a Classic shape to it with a brightly polished finish. The sculpted rope handle made this tankard very appropriate for any Pirate or Seafarer. A glass base is standard on this tankard.
The rampant lion is the proud handle of this brightly polished, pewter tankard with glass base. The body is adorned with a stamped Scottish bagpiper motif. Our tankards are great for re-enactments, medieval themed feasts or gifts.
More than a dash of Celtic styling infuses this stunning tankard, just like more than just words make up its name. This Tir Na Nog Cross Tankard is a classic medieval tankard gone Celtic, making it a true work of art to be appreciated and enjoyed.
There is no denying that a good old tankard will let you enjoy your drinks in medieval style, but this Polished Classic Tankard allows you to do so while also looking your best, and all thanks to its shiny finish and its subtle touch of design.
The Classic Medieval Tankard is a drinking vessel for those who want something subtle and understated, yet adorned with that touch of flourish and design that makes it stand out more than the average cup at a traditional medieval feasting table.
Tankards were once the vessel of choice when it came to enjoying a fine beverage, and even today, they remain a popular choice. This Shamrock Tankard is a perfect match for those who want something classic and Celtic to enjoy their beverage from.
If you want to take in some fluids and look righteously gothic and cool while doing so, nothing beats out a beverage container quite like this Tribal Spine Skull Tankard. Grinning skulls and bone detailing make it a personal mug par excellence.
The tankard was the vessel of choice for both peasant and prince alike, once upon a time, and now, it can be your drinking vessel of choice, too. And if you prefer to be a bit more princely in your style, then this Elegant Tankard is the one for you.
Dragons remain notable for their size and reptilian appearance, often appearing with fierce majesty. The Celtic Dragons Mug displays two dragons clutching an orb among a Celtic knotwork pattern.
The word Dragon references its serpentine qualities as seen in some of the oldest depictions of the creature. The Dragon Pentacle Mug displays a dragon that weaves its sinuous form through the bars of a pentacle.
This frightful mug has even odds with your coffee for providing a morning jolt! The Zombie Mug features the greenish head of a zombie as its base, each feature outlined in bloody gore and a pistol coming out of its head.
Gargoyles frequently feature in Gothic architecture as guardians against evil spirits. You can bring this style to your dinner table with the Guardian Gargoyle Mug, which displays a winged lion on the cup.