WHY BUY THIS? Because this pewter beer mug tankard with the King’s Shilling inscription on it belongs as part of your Man Cave barware. What is the King’s Shilling. Well, it’s “the story of how men were enrolled into the British Navy by accepting the King’s Shilling.” The pewter beer mug tankard with the King’s Shilling inscription “is completed with its own glass bottom, complete with enclosed Shilling and a gorgeous Worcester rope style handle to give it a historic and striking overall look, as well as having the added interest of the story which it tells.” And it’s handmade in Sheffield, England, which has a population of over a half million. Also, the Millennium Gallery in Sheffield displays metalwork and art from Sheffield and around the world. But most importantly, you can drink out of this pewter tankard, which holds a pint of liquor.
If you’re looking for unique barware items, you can take a look at the Das Boot. Or, consider the King’s and Queen’s Pewter Tankard for your Man Cave barware collection. It shows the names and dates of English Monarchs. Otherwise, you can consider this less expensive but similar drinking vessel embossed with a Celtic dragon.