The Warwick Wedding Cup Centuries ago, in old Nuernberg, the nobel mistress Kunigunde fell in love with a young and ambitious goldsmith. Although Kunigunde`s wealthy father (a powerful nobleman) did not approve of this pair, it was clear that she only wanted the goldsmith to be her husband as she refused many titled and rich suitors who asked for her hand in marriage. Her father became so enraged that he had the young goldsmith thrown into the darkest dungeon. Not even his daughter`s bit...
Traditional German Wedding Cup: The cup design enables the bride and groom to symbolically take their first drink as man and wife from the same cup.
Description: The bridal cup also known as a wedding cup or maiden cup dates back centuries ago (1450) to the little town of Nuernberg in the Southern part of Germany and is a popular German wedding tradition. The swiveling cup and hollow dress were designed to allow both bride and groom to drink simultaneously to toast their wedding.
Viola Nuernberg German Crystal And Pewter Bridal Wedding Cup
the German ritual - The Legend of the Nuernberg Bridal Cup
Pewter Nuernberg Bridal Cup. 8" tall.