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A faithful reproduction, created from an early 17th century drawing, of the cup from the Grail Myth, said to have been concealed in a cathedral from at least the 11th century. 4" high and 5" diameter, and ornately embellished with twelve hematite and four carnelian cabochons, a thoroughly enjoyable libation vessel.
Pewter is considered the world's fourth most precious metal after platinum, gold and silver. Its shiny brilliance gives it great value, particularly so when shaped into beautiful, usable objects such as this goblet. Unlike silver, pewter does not require polishing or any other special care. It does not rust or tarnish over time.