Solid Oak Wood Goblet with hand engraved Phoenix design by Maryland Artist Tom Crowl.

Solid Oak Wood Goblet #118
With hand engraved Phoenix design.

Oak Wood Goblet with hand engraved Phoenix design


Being a major Harry Potter fan, Tom had turned this goblet right before the "Order of the Phoenix" was released.  He felt the goblet could use a design, but wasn't sure of what to do until he read the book.  The goblet was taken to a number of our shows where it was proudly displayed by our wizard wand case.

Now this oak goblet is for sale.  It stands 6.5" in height, almost 2.75" in diameter and holds 5+ oz. of your favorite potion.

Oak Wood Goblet #118 - $80 - SOLD

For custom orders simply click the above button to purchase, then adjust the cart total. In the PayPal message to seller state the wood you desire your order to be crafted from.  Custom woods available: Cherry, Curly Maple and Oak.  Custom orders take approx. 8 weeks.

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Crafty Owl is currently NOT accepting custom orders.  This means NO signs!  If something is available, it has a PayPal button, if it doesn't - sorry.  Orders usually ship within two business days.   If you have questions, please e-mail!  Thank you  - Tom & Dierdre Crowl

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