Gobble gobble goblets have been around for donkey's years and have held an important part in homo-spirituality since Jesus' command to his disciples to "Do this in remembrance of me." (Luke 22:19) while chugging a chalice of the local rough (or a pint of his own warm blood depending on who you believe). The rest as they say is history. Judas went rouge, vampirism was invented and membership to Alcoholics Anonymous skyrocketed. Still visible today in the boring wine glass format the enduring chalice remains an important prop in social, political & spiritual gatherings. Equally useful in a banquet setting or while mutilating a child's genitals this fantastic flat earth pedestaled baby fun bucket helps the bride say “I do” while the babe screams “I don’t” and either way somebody takes a ring of some kind from somebody.
Porcelain 1315 degrees Celsius. May bully other crockery if left unsupervised in a cupboard environment. Possibly Incontinent. Hand wash. Made from New Zealand. Stamped STEER like the brand on a colt's arse.
Approximate Measurements Including Detail:
Length 11cm, Width 10cm, Height 22cm