Our drinking vessels are lined with either an epoxy resin or alternatively brewers pitch. Click here for more information within the Internal Lining section of our Facts page.
The War of the Roses refers to various conflicts between 1455 and 1485 between the House of York, the white rose, and the House of Lancaster, the red rose, both having originated from the Plantagenet dynasty.
Wars between the Houses continued from the reign of Henry Vl through that of Edward lV to the time of Richard lll when, in 1485, Yorkist Richard was defeated at the Battle of Bosworth Field by Lancastrian Henry Tudor who later married Elizabeth of York, thus uniting both Houses hence the Tudor Rose, an amalgamation of both emblems, and the commencement of the Tudor period.
All three hand carved designs are available on both jack and tankard body shapes with an approximate capacity of one pint.
Capacity of Yorkshire Rose Jack or Tankard One pint - Approximately.
Capacity of Tudor Rose Jack or Tankard One pint - Approximately.
Capacity of Lancashire Rose Jack or Tankard One pint - Approximately.
Height: 15 cm
At busy times such as Christmas, our popular hand carved and painted drinking vessels can take up to two weeks to create.
We try to ensure that we always have a stock, however, please do use our Contact Us page if you are in a hurry and would like to check our stock levels before ordering.
Facts about our Leather Drinking Vessels
- Hidebound leather drinking vessels are water, or beer, proofed and intended for use with cold liquids only.
- All UK sourced.
- Hand crafted and stitched.
- Handmade in England
If you would like your drinking vessel personalised, we can either Carve or Engrave it for you.