cup Augusta, roman saying cup terra sigillata

Item number: 42116


Category: Clay Cups & Jugs


24,50 €
≈ £ 22.52

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Shipping weight:
0,28 Kg
Dimensions ( length × width × height ):
7,00 × 7,00 × 9,50 cm

Something Special for your Collection!

If you are a collector of usable replicas of Roman antiques then this is just the thing for you! The cup at hand is modeled after a real archaeological find made in Germany. Thus, you can be assured of its overall authenticity. Cups like this one were found in private homes as well as in inns and restaurants. They were not only reserved for the Roman elite and thus very common. Yet every Roman liked to decorate his or her cup in a personal way. This is the reason why you find many cups with many different writings on them. The cup at hand says: "FRVI BIBE" or "DA BIBERE" - which means "Enjoy and drink!" and "Give me something to drink!".
Thus, this very funny and original cup makes not only for a nice drinking vessel for personal uses, but also makes for a great and entertaining yet unique present. All in all this cup is worth having even if you are mainly in it for the vine and less for the history. Facts and Data
  • Width: 7 cm
  • Height: 9,5 cm
  • Can hold ca. 200 milliliters of liquid
  • Funny yet authentic inscriptions on the cup
  • Handmade
  • Firm stand and durable material

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Mein Geburtstagsgeschenk und es ist wunderbar gearbeitet! Professionelle und sehr sorgfaeltige Verpackung und Versand!

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