Lockthegrain wrote:Dear one and all,
News for all you beer and cider lovers. I am a turner and furniture maker from Northamptonshire. I hand turn medieval style beer tankards, from locally sourced timbers, such and sycamore, cherry, apple, Elm, Oak and even Yew. My Tankards are finish with a food safe finish which last many years. As far as I am aware I am the only one in the country that makes this style of tankard. If you are interested then Please visit my website for further details.
Mark Griffin wrote:What there isn't enough of to drink from in the medieval world is nice maple wood mazers....
Mark Griffin wrote:Yes please, I'll have two.
I know Gareth has made some earlier ones with nice silver rims.
They don't have to have fancy rims and decorations, but the right profile and maple ones seem to be v popular.
gregory23b wrote:Mark, he is not who you think he is, unless of course you know Jorge.
gregory23b wrote:Griff was in his 'copos' and thought you were me. He should have known better.
Mark Griffin wrote:A meeting i still cherish!. Sorry, I'm onto the sweet sherry, its that time of the evening....
I'm having to research 1680's dragoons, celtic spears and bronze age axes all at the same time and my head hurts.
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