Pictavia is delighted to bring you the first of our range of prehistoric earthenware.
These are handcrafted here by Emma of Bogborn Crafts, who is also part of the Pictavia team.
We have three distinctive cups available, each inspired by an archaeological find in Scotland. These can be made with or without a handle.
The Achavanich cup, from Caithness. This was originally a beaker without a handle, found in a Bronze age grave with the body known as Ava.
The Balfarg cup, from Fife. This cup has a distinctive small handle and was found in a Bronze age burial in the centre of a henge monument.
The Buckie cup, from Banffshire. This cup was originally a beaker, without a handle, found in a Bronze age grave.
We try and hold as much stock as we can but often run low and may need to make to order, so please allow several weeks for lead time.
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