Shot Cup

This 18th-century style shot cup is the great representation of a gil sized leather vessel. Lined with brewer's pitch, it will not deteriorate regardless of the beverage put in it, providing it is not hot. 

History Point: a shot cup like this was originally called a gil cup (pronounced like Jeel) referring to the unit of measure.

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    Edward C.
    United States United States

    What a cool item!

    This little mugs are going to be a lot of fun for upcoming LH activities as well as celebrating Thanksgiving with a colonial flair! I suspect I will generate significant interest in our activities when people see me using this!

    Scott A.
    United States United States

    Great little cups!

    Though these were a bit smaller than I thought, they are extremely well made. The leather is properly coated to the point of being stiff and sturdy. They work great with 5 small bone dice loaded in them for an authentic travel sized version of liars dice!

    Jess E.

    Cool piece!

    This shot glass is made so well! My boyfriend and I bought it at the Fort Frederick event and have used it multiple times since then. It's perfect! It's a conversation piece for sure. Thank you for such a great product!