Many rituals end with a drink from the Chalice. The Chalice or Goblet, may be used to represent the element water on the Altar and the design and complexity is a matter of personal choice. Some people favour the natural pottery goblets, crafted in time honoured ways, wheras some prefer a silver plated chalice with a simple pagan symbol such as a Pentagram or Triple Moon engraved on it. the Chalice crafted from both brass and silver plate represnts the duality of the God and the Goddess.
An elegant chalice. Celtic Triquetras decorate opposite sides and the bowl shaped cup is supported by an ornate stem. A nice piece of altarware.
A lovely silver plated chalice for the personal altar or where space is at a premium. Decorated on two sides with an overlocking pentacle design, and finished with a spiral stem. a very nice chalice.
The goblet is crafted from Silver Plate, the stem and base from Brass. The two metals represent the union of the God and Goddess.
A lovely slate-effect goblet with a picture inset into the cup. The artwork is by Anne Stokes and features a young angel, wings folded close around her body, bearing a single red rose. Crafted from resin, with a removable stainless steel cup insert for easy cleaning, this goblet should give many years good service. The goblet stands approx 20cm tall.
A very attractive chalice, engraved with a pentagram on opposite sides. Ideal for any Pagan ritual or ceremony, a useful addition for the altar.
A necessary piece of pagan kit. This attractive ritual chailce is engraved with the Triple Goddess symbol on the front.