Wooden drinking vessels
- Greetings to the list!
Does anyone here know of any documentation for wooden drinking
vessels, shaped like modern glass tumblers (tall and narrow, same
dimentions top to bottom) in which the bottom is a separate piece?
I realize these would usually have been nade on a lathe, using a
chisel to carve out the inside, and the bottom would have been
I've seen horn vessels made that way, just wondering about wood.
Thanks, Gillian Durham
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Tom Rettie" <tom@...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, "msgilliandurham"
> wrote:to describe:
> > The reason I asked it that I'd always visialized leather hinges as
> > being two long straps, like metal hinges.
> Here's a pictures that illustrates the other approach I was trying
>Great, thanks -- is this usage also conjectural, or can I tell my
> Tom R.
> Blood and Sawdust
students "we know at least *somebody* did it this way, because
there's this existing chest in this castle...."?
Thanks for all your assistance --