handsewn late medieval pilgrims bottle or flask 450ml
Art.Nr.: VM002245
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This pilgrims bottle is a drinking vessel, inspired by medieval models.
First evidences are found in the manesse manuscript. The pictures show bottles like these but it is not clearly to see if the used material was leather or clay.
A first finding is a leather flask from the mid 14th century in london as far as we know.

The pilgrims bottle is made of leather and lined with bees wax. A fitting wooden cork comes with the flask.

Height: app. 27cm
Width: app. 16cm
Thickness: app. 6cm
Capacity: app. 450ml
used materials:vegetable tannedleather, linen yarn, bees wax, wood

important notes:
-no hot fluids
-handwash with luke warm water. Air drying in the shade
-never fill the bottle to the top and then put in the cork with pressure
-With first uses, it may occure that parts of legumes come out of the flask with the liquid. They are used to give the bottle its form and are absolutely foodsafe.
-The cork will never seal the flask to 100%

Attention: Due to prevailing legal norms we have to admit that this product is not foodsafe. The reason is that the beeswax could melt in contact with hot or acidic substances and go into the liquid. It is a replica of a historical pilgrims bottle for Reenactment.

Delivery content: 1 handmade late medieval pilgrims bottle or flask made of leather

Item numberVM002245
Category Practical accessories
Period: High Medieval Late Medieval
Material: leather
equipment type: canteen
Shipping weight:0,23 Kg

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