Terracotta approx 7cm tall.
Container made from strips of birch bark for storing grain, berries etc. Sizes all vary. Approx 10cm tall c 12cm diameter.
Approx 6 - 7cm long.
Approx 15cm. All different.
Approx 30cm. Ancient design of a chocolate stirrer. Carved Wood.
Bag of dried cocoa beans - approx 60 beans per bag.
Approx 11.5cm wide.
Small terracotta figure. Approx 9cm tall.
Approx 15cm diameter x 5.5cm height.
Polished Water-Buffalo horn set comprising: Water Bottle with Brass Lid Six small cups Bottle Opener Two Bowls Engraved Spoon
Polished cow horn spoon, used throughout the Saxon / Norman / Viking periods. All vary, 13cm long.
Carved from volcanic rock, used for grinding chocolate beans and maize. A classic metate is a flat slab of stone, sometimes with carved legs. The top of the slab has a shallow depression which is created through years of wear. To use the metate, someone scatters grain...
Roughly carved wooden bowl approx 23cm wide.
All vary - approx 22cm diameter.
A small metate made from lava rock for making sauces and pastes. Approx 15cm long.
These beautiful little pots are made and hand-painted by Peruvian artisans in the market town of Pisac. Famous for the designs are inspired by the traditional styles of the region. Approx. 6cm high x 5cm across Origin: Peru
Sturdy Pewter Plate and Tankard. Embossed and engraved designs. Plate 21cm diameter, Tankard 15cm tall.
Traditional design, 9cm tall.
This is a copy of a spoon once owned by such a Roman. Approx. 10cm long.
Reproduction Saxon pot approx 13.5cm tall x 14cm wide - all vary. Smoke-fired and decorated with authentic Saxon stamps
Roughly carved Wooden Pot with handle. Approx 16cm tall x 8cm diameter (base).
This intricately carved figure depicts a version of a sitting maize god. He is shown with a large corn headdress and large round earrings. These Mexican ceramics are handmade in the traditional 'barro' style and are fired in a small kiln before being carefully...
Very approx 17cm wide.
Roughly carved wooden bowl approx 15cm wide x 4cm deep.
Carved wooden spoon. Approx. 12cm.
An authentic handcrafted reproduction Stone Age bowl. Approx 165 mm wide x 60 mm tall. Smoke-fired and decorated with authentic patterns.
Salt Pot and wooden scoop. Would have been used in Victorian kitchens to preserve and flavour foods. 15cm tall x 14cm wide.
This is a copy of a spoon once owned by a Viking. Approx. 10cm long.