Pingsdorf Grape or jug of the 12th - 13th century.
This Pingsdorf Grape was made after an original, which was found in the Rhineland. The so-called Grapen were used in the past as cooking pots, which were hung over the open fire with the two handles or placed directly into the embers with the three legs. The Pingsdorfert pottery was mostly made on a potter's wheel.
Our replica is also formed on a potter's wheel and is then fired and painted with engobe (slip) decoratively.
Please note that due to the handmade, the dimensions may vary a little.
Total height: approx. 24 cm
Height without lid: about 20 cm
Diameter of the large opening: about 12 cm
Diameter of the small opening: about 2.5 cm
Scope of delivery: 1x Pingsdorfer Grape