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Fairy of the Lake Goblet

Fairy of the Lake Goblet
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Fantasy Goblet: Fairy of the Lake in Pewter and Glass

  • Beautifully Crafted in England
  • Delicate Pewter Artistry and Quality Glass
  • Wonderfully Imaginative and well designed
This truly elegant pewter-stemmed glass depicts the Fairy of the Lake; The romantic-Medieval guardian-spirit of Arthur, Guinevere and Tristram, who guards them against the sorceress Rowenna.

The stem and base of this gorgeous glass is made from fine English pewter, crafted by the masters at Alchemy Gothic. Their version of the Fairy of the Lake faces out from the cup, with her wings gracefully enveloping the glass.

This is a stunning piece for that glass cabinet in your living room that you've been wanting to fill. Also makes an absolutely fantastic fantasy gift.
MaterialMade from English Pewter and Glass. Created in England by Alchemy Gothic.

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Although the term rapier has become synonymous with any narrow-bladed sword (particularly those with fancy hilts), the term rapier actually applied to only a select few types of swords. Rapiers were narrow (usually one and a quarter inches wide), quite long, fairly heavy, and usually had only a slight edge on them. The extremely long length of the rapiers made them a bit heavy and cumbersome, not at all the Errol Flynn or Zorro-type small-swords that most people think of.
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