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Figured Maple wedding goblets.
The use of wooden wedding goblets is deep rooted in medieval history and dates back to a Celtic tradition of the 17th century. Each goblet has to be made from one piece of wood with two unbroken rings made right on the stem, where they will remain forever as a symbol of love and commitment.
When these goblets are used by a bride and groom to toast each other on their wedding day, the unbroken rings symbolize strength, unity, and eternity, and invoke a never to be broken bond of love between them. This signifies longevity and happiness for the couple's future.
Measuring approx: 7" tall
Wood used: Figured Maple