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Four glass claw beakers, Europe AD 300 -1100. Two of the beakers required glass supports.

Four glass claw beakers, Europe AD 300 -1100. Two of the beakers required glass supports.

Frankish, late 5th century AD  From Castle Eden, Co. Durham  Claw beakers are have applied 'claws' of glass which are attached to the thin glass body of the beaker.  This claw beaker was made in the late fifth century and imported from one of the Frankish glass-making factories. It is the only one of this type to have been found in England. It was in pristine condition when it was buried - andthe only object found with a skeleton when excavated in 1775.

Frankish, late 5th century AD From Castle Eden, Co. Durham Claw beakers are have applied 'claws' of glass which are attached to the thin glass body of the beaker. This claw beaker was made in the late fifth century and imported from one of the Frankish glass-making factories. It is the only one of this type to have been found in England. It was in pristine condition when it was buried - andthe only object found with a skeleton when excavated in 1775.

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