Medieval and Gothic Goblets Medieval goblets have a conic shape that rises from the stem which can be either long or short. Sometime the stem of the goblet can be wide or narrow and the base is relatively small. Every civilization in history had some form of drinking vessel to hold their alcohol or drinkable fluids. Most of our medieval goblets can be plain or decorated with engravings, carvings or enameled. Our medieval goblets are made of pewter because it does not need regular polishing to maintain its gorgeous appearance. A pewter goblet is the final ingredient in a perfect beer, because it tastes much better from pewter. Medieval Collectibles has pil goblets, skull goblets, dragon goblets, death goblets, gothic goblets and wine goblets for the medieval re-enactor.
This Residenz Wine Roemer is decorated with an elegant design and accented by Fleur de Lis around the rim. The classic pewter goblet has a flared stem for a striking look. It is a unique item to display when not in use.
Enjoy your wine in medieval style with this Dragon Wine Glass. This handsome cup is fit for nobles and lords, being crafted from quality pewter and lead crystal glass. It makes for a great personal glass or table accent.
Dragons are one of the most powerful images of Celtic mythology, often being used as a heraldic symbol for the great and powerful. The Celtic Dragon Wine Goblet features a Celtic-style dragon with outspread wings and barbed tail.
Few magical beings are as powerful as dragons, making this goblet a dramatic piece of drinkware. The Dragon Beauty Goblet features an oval dragon print, based on the work of Anne Stokes, along with several clear crystal accents.
A symbol of rebirth, the natural world, and Spring, the Greenman appears in the mythologies of countries around the world. The Greenman Goblet features this deity with his face forming out of the leaves and branches of a tree.
Dragons are one of the most powerful images of Celtic mythology, often being used as a heraldic symbol for the great and powerful. The Dragon Knot Wine Goblet features two dragons facing each other amid Celtic knotwork.
Few magical creatures in mythology convey the powerful and mysterious nature of dragons. The Dragon Wings Wine Goblet uses the image of this winged beast to create an imposing, dramatic piece of glassware.
Dragons surround themselves with hoards of treasure, making their image synonymous with wealth and riches. The Gothic Dragon Wine Goblet includes dragon heads among its intricate patterns, giving this goblet dramatic flair.
Dragons are one of the most powerful images of Celtic mythology, often being used as a heraldic symbol for the great and powerful. The Double Dragons Wine Goblet features two Celtic-style dragons facing each other.
Gargoyles frequently feature in Gothic architecture as guardians against evil spirits. You can bring this style to your dinner table with the Gothic Gargoyle Wine Goblet, which displays a winged chimera on the bowl.
Celebrate the vernal equinox or summer solstice with this verdant green goblet! The Leafy Green Man Goblet shows the peering countenance of the popular mythological figure on the bowl and Celtic knotwork on the stem.
Magical beings can form strong bonds with their handlers and companions, as shown in the image on this cup. The Water Dragon Goblet depicts a meeting between an elven princess and a young dragon in an oval print on its side.
With the suggestion of midnight secrets and the mysterious happenings that occur under a full moon, the Immortal Flight Goblet makes a dramatic piece of tableware to show off to your friends and family at your next gathering.
First meetings are a critical moment in a relationship, and this goblet will remind you of that truth with every use. The Fairytale Goblet features an oval print on the side of the goblet of the Once Upon a Time picture by Anne Stokes.
No other goblet will send quite the same message as this dramatic piece. The Gothic Prayer Goblet features an oval print on its bowl, based on the work by Anne Stokes, with clear accent crystals around its stem and bowl.
When planning your next gathering for your family or friends, this goblet will set your table apart! The Dragonkin Goblet features an oval print on its side featuring the work of Anne Stokes along with several clear accent crystals.
Ensure that your dishware stands out from the crowd by setting your table with this dramatic goblet! The Angel Rose Goblet, inspired by the art of Anne Stokes, features an oval print on the side and multiple red accent crystals.
If you shudder at the thought of spiders, this goblet may excite that same sense of fear. The Aracnafaria Goblet features an oval print depicting a spider fairy along with a number of bright red accent crystals.
Set your table with spooky flair using this Zombie Goblet! This goblet features the gruesome face of a zombie over its bowl, a chain that wraps around its stem, and a ring of small skulls placed around the edge of its base.
Your dinner has never appeared as spooky as when the Mummified Zombie Goblet graces your table. This gruesome goblet features the greenish face of a zombie peering out from wrapped bandages on its bowl.
Ideal for a Celtic or gothic table styles, this striking dragon glass will set any dinner table apart from the rest. The Celtic Dragon Goblet displays dragons and various endless knot patterns along the bowl of the piece.
Set a striking dinner table with the addition of this gothic dragon chalice. The Dragon Quatrefoil Goblet shows off intricate winged dragon designs around the bowl interspersed with gothic quatrefoils and crackle patterns.
Dark and eerie, the look of this Pentagram Skull Chalice is sure to send a shiver down the back of anyone who sees it. This gothic goblet displays a skull surrounded by a pentagram made from arm bones as its central design.
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