Celtic Pewter Goblet
In Irish mythology, Aengus (Áengus, Óengus, Aonghus) aka Aengus Óg (“Aengus the Young”), Mac ind Óg (“son of the young”), Maccan or Mac Óg (“young son”) is a member of the Tuatha De Danann and probably a god of love, youth and poetic inspiration.
He was said to have four birds symbolizing kisses flying about his head (whence, it is believed, the xxxx’s symbolizing kisses at the end of lovers’ letters come
Perfect for weddings! Gorgeous detail!
Stands approximately 6 inches tall and is 3 inches in diameter.
Made in England. Crafted by master craftsman who are members of ‘The Worshipful Company of Pewterers’. This group was granted a charter in 1474 by King Edward IV for the legal manufacture of pewter throughout England. Many of the ancient pewter-smithing skills are still utilized today in the making of these flasks. They only manufacture the highest quality fine pewter drinking vessels.
NO LONGER AVAILABLE.