Wortley Tankard (1 pint) Cutlery & Tankards Importation privée

Nobles & Merchants

In LARP, nobles and merchants characters are sharing some similarities, often conflated together by stereotypes and caricatural cliches. We all saw those pompous, hedonistic, prideful and self-important characters despising everything that is common or bellow them, shunning physical work and boasting with an almost cartoonish sense of entitlement.
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Wortley Tankard (1 pint)

A17593

Regular price $75.00 CAD
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Description

Wentworth Pewter is a hallmark of quality, heritage and craftsmanship. Each of their products has been lovingly handcrafted, one piece at a time, at their workshop. This family-owned business specialize in genuine pewter tankards and goblets. This precious metal alloy made of tin, antimony, and copper dates back from the Bronze Age and was a staple medieval dining rooms and feast halls. A pewter tankard is a perfect choice for historical reenactment, gifts, and LARP events, allowing to drink and celebrate with authentic period accessories. Pewter is naturally immune to rust and corrosion, and it doesn't tarnish, allowing your tankard to stay as new for years to come. 

Characteristics

  • Embossed Tankard
  • 1 pint capacity
  • Made of pewter (tin based alloy, lead free)
  • Shiny finish 
  • Doesn't rust or tarnish 
  • Height : 11.5 cm
  • Base diameter : 11.5 cm
  • Weight : 250g

Made in the United Kingdom by Wentworth Pewter

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Nobles & Merchants

In LARP, nobles and merchants characters are sharing some similarities, often conflated together by stereotypes and caricatural cliches. We all saw those pompous, hedonistic, prideful and self-important characters despising everything that is common or bellow them, shunning physical work and boasting with an almost cartoonish sense of entitlement.
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