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Kleindurst glass - light green


Kleindurst glass - light green

Century: XIII, XIV, XV
Kleindurst glass - light green. Medieval Market, Smaller version of the historical Grossdurst glass

Kleindurst glass - light green - Medieval Market, This vessel is made from a high quality glass of light green color
Kleindurst glass - light green - Medieval Market, a vessel narrowing to the bottom, ending with a rounded foot
Kleindurst glass - light green - Medieval Market, Kleindurst means small thirst
Kleindurst glass - light green - Medieval Market, a vessel narrowing to the bottom, ending with a rounded foot


CODE Material
Standard
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Price
NoR1496see descriptionHand-made17.5 14.00 EUR
This offer lasts till the end of stock or till cancelled

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Smaller version of the historical Grossdurst glass (available here!), similar to a beer glass. This vessel is made from a high quality glass of light green color, decorated with a plant ornament entwining it downwards.

Kleindurst is a vessel narrowing to the bottom, ending with a rounded foot. It’s surface is covered in tiny bubbles.

Glass is dedicated for containing various cold drinks: wine, beer, water, juice, etc.

Kleindurst means “small thirst”.



Medieval craftsmen took great pride in decorating their work. One of the common ways to decorate drinking glasses was to put knobs (or bumps) on them. This also served to make the glasses less slippery, and less likely to be dropped when used. Our handmade glasses with knobs are modeled after glasses used in the later part of the Middle Ages.



Measurements of a glass:
height: 14 cm
capacity: 250 ml






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