A beaker made of bronze and silver with embossed gold bands. Found in the cult house deposited with a glass bowl. It dates to about 500 AD and it is probable that it was made in Uppåkra. (Photography by Bengt Almgren, LUHM)
The Viking era Jelling Cup, said to be used by Gorm the Old, the first historically authenticated King of Denmark and the first Viking ruler to tolerate Christianity. This silver chalice was found at Gorm's capital at Jelling, in Jylland, Denmark.
The Royal Gold Cup, cm high, cm across at its widest point; weight kg, British Museum. Saint Agnes appears to her friends in a vision. The Royal Gold Cup or Saint Agnes Cup is a solid gold covered cup lavishly decorated with…
The Royal Gold Cup of the kings of England and France.' British Museum When the cup passed through the hands of England’s tudor kings, its stem was adorned with the Tudor rose. Originally commissioned by Jean, Duc de Berry in Paris, France, about AD