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The design is a painted version of the Bejsebakken Brooch, named after the area in which it was found in Denmark. It is almost to scale with the original, which is just over 4 cm. It depicts a larger animal intertwined with a lesser serpent, in Urnes style. Similar brooches in other areas have been found.

Made using a piece of idigbo wood, sourced from the North of Lough Neagh.

Idigbo is a West African wood, standardly used in joinery as an alternative to oak.

Holds about 125 ml, and measures 5.5 inches in height.

Bejsebakken Goblet

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