Coopering: Mary Rose Tankard - 446

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Coopering: Mary Rose Tankard - 446

275.00

This small coopering project is a straight staved small container, with a twist, mainly the handle, and cover. These containers were traditionally used as drinking vessels. We will make them in pine, like the originals, but will use metal bands instead of traditional wooden bands. The Mary Rose was a 16th century English naval warship. Its wreck was rediscovered off the coast of the Isle of Wight in 1971. The same style of tankard was found among the wreckage.

  • Friday, June 8 - Sunday, June 10
  • 9 - 5pm
  • Tuition includes materials
  • Instructor: Fred Rogers
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