Early medieval water bottle, 10th century
This impressive replica of an early medieval pottery water bottle is a real eye-catcher. It was made after an original from the 10th century, which was found in France.
The medieval bottle was made by hand on the potter's wheel. It is not a cast product! It was then artfully painted with a beautiful matt brown engo (slip).
It is equipped with a robust leather strap, which is attached to the eyelets of the ceramic. Thus it can easily be hung around the neck.
-Made of ceramic
-Handmade, not cast iron
-With matt brown engo painting
-Includes sturdy leather strap
-Made from an original
-Found in France
-Dated to the 10th century
Height with neck: approx. 19 cm
Ø body: approx. 17 cm
Filling quantity: approx. 0.95 litres
Scope of delivery: 1x early medieval water bottle, 10th century