- There is also a place near Cologne, Germany where you can get all
sorts of pottery from the 11th - 15th c. The potter himself is very
knowlegdeable and also makes other things if you tell him exactly
what you want and bring pictures etc. He also has an aquamanile.
But... he is in Germany and I am not sure whether he ships anywhere
(my assumption: probably not).
The website (in German only but with a lot of pictures)
>Apologies to those who've tried to go through--
>http://www.geocities.com/karen_larsdatter/aquamaniles.htm and tried to
>get to StarHammer -- that link is woefully out of date, and I'm not
>sure if there's a new site. I think Hroar Stormgengr's contact
>information at http://www.midlaurel.com/companions.shtml is current,
>Did a bit of surfing and came across another company that's now doing
>ceramic reproware -- including aquamaniles -- it's
>http://rakurakutei.com/ (and I'm adding that link to the aquamaniles
>page and the feast gear page on my Geocities site now) :)
> The website (in German only but with a lot of pictures)
The website doesn't state any restrictions on shipping, the problem
might rather be the payment option, since they ask for bank transfer
only, which can be a bit expensive overseas.... I reckon sending an
e-mail to find out might help.