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A drinking utensil, often made out of [[pewter]] or another [[metal]], but also [[ceramics]], [[glass]], or [[wood]]. Generally a rounded [[cup]] upon a stem with a flat base to stand upon.
 
A drinking utensil, often made out of [[pewter]] or another [[metal]], but also [[ceramics]], [[glass]], or [[wood]]. Generally a rounded [[cup]] upon a stem with a flat base to stand upon.
  

Revision as of 14:36, 28 October 2007

tacoacel A drinking utensil, often made out of pewter or another metal, but also ceramics, glass, or wood. Generally a rounded cup upon a stem with a flat base to stand upon.

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  • Wineglass made in Italy or southern France in the early 16th century