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Early Bronze Age beaker - replica


Beautiful reproductions of Early Bronze Age beakers, these are made for us by an experienced potter who has based these on museum examples (including the Brymbo Man beaker from Wrexham). They're pale rather than smoked.

They are made with modern clay in a kiln, are food safe and can be used to cook with over hot coals. You can seal the inside with milk, oil or beeswax.

They are approximatetly 11cm to 13cm high.

We have six in stock, shown in the photos in groups of three. If there are any you have a preference for, let us know when you place your order.


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