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    Photo credit Tove Lise MossestadMedieval craftsmen took great pride in decorating their work. One of the common ways to decorate drinking glasses was to put knobs (or bumps) on them. This also served to make the glasses less slippery, and less likely to be dropped when used. Our handmade glasses with knobs are modelled after glasses used in the later...

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    Medieval craftsmen took great pride in decorating their work. One of the common ways to decorate drinking glasses was to put knobs (or bumps) on them. This also served to make the glasses less slippery, and less likely to be dropped when used. Our handmade glasses with knobs are modelled after glasses used in the later part of the Middle Ages.

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    Medieval craftmen took great pride in decorating their work. One of the common ways to decorate dringking glasses was to put knobs (or bumps) on them. This also served to make the glasses less slippery, and less likely to be dropped when used. our handmade glasses with knobs are modelled after glasses used in the later part of the Middle Ages.

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    Medieval craftsmen took great pride in decorating their work. One of the common ways to decorate drinking glasses was to put knobs (or bumps) on them. This also served to make the glasses less slippery, and less likely to be dropped when used. Our handmade glasses with knobs are modelled after glasses used in the later part of the Middle Ages

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    Medieval craftsmen took great pride in decorating their work. One of the common ways to decorate drinking glasses was to put knobs (or bumps) on them. This also served to make the glasses less slippery, and less likely to be dropped when used. Our handmade glasses with knobs are modeled after glasses used in the later part of the Middle Ages

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    Medieval craftsmen took great pride in decorating their work. One of the common ways to decorate drinking glasses was to put knobs (or bumps) on them. This also served to make the glasses less slippery, and less likely to be dropped when used. Our handmade glasses with knobs are modeled after glasses used in the later part of the Middle Ages.

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    Medieval craftsmen took great pride in decorating their work. One of the common ways to decorate drinking glasses was to put knobs (or bumps) on them. This also served to make the glasses less slippery, and less likely to be dropped when used. Our handmade glasses with knobs are modeled after glasses used in the later part of the Middle Ages.

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    Medieval craftsmen took great pride in decorating their work. One of the common ways to decorate drinking glasses was to put knobs (or bumps) on them. This also served to make the glasses less slippery, and less likely to be dropped when used. Our handmade glasses with knobs are modeled after glasses used in the later part of the Middle Ages.

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    In the Middle Ages, wine was typically kept and sold in barrels. For serving purposes, the wine would be decanted into a bottle and brought to the table. Our craftsmen have created handmade copies of typical bottles of the period. But they can be used for more than wine – they are great for water, milk, juice, etc.

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    In the Middle Ages, wine was typically kept and sold in barrels. For serving purposes, the wine would be decanted into a bottle and brought to the table. Our craftsmen have created handmade copies of typical bottles of the period. But they can be used for more than wine – they are great for water, milk, juice, etc.

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    Medieval craftsmen took great pride in decorating their work. One of the common ways to decorate drinking glasses was to put knobs (or bumps) on them. This also served to make the glasses less slippery, and less likely to be dropped when used. Our handmade glasses with knobs are modelled after glasses used in the later part of the Middle Ages.

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