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.