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We are pleased to present this line of reproduction Borderware vessels, based on original pieces discovered during archaeological excavations. As the 15th century turned into the 16th century, the typical coarse pottery which was made along the border of Surrey and Hampshire was phased out as potters began to concentrate on making finer, green-glazed, earthenware drinking vessels and a limited range of other designs. These were termed “Tudor Green” in honor of the ruling family of England. These pottery vessels were robust and suitable for use in almost every aspect of daily life.
This beautiful cup holds 8 fluid ounces.
Please note that each piece is individually hand-crafted, glazed, and fired. Because of the hand-crafted nature of this item, natural variations will occur from piece to piece, making each object an individual work of art.