Wooden goblets, wood chalices and wood cups by Maryland Artist Tom Crowl.

How to care for your
Wood Goblets, Wooden Chalices and Cups

Cherry Wood Goblet with hand carved Celtic knot band.Crafty Owl wooden goblets, chalices and cups are finished with a four step process.  The first two coats sink into the wood, sealing the pores and preventing any liquid from penetrating the wood.  The second two coats provide a food safe, alcohol impervious surface that will protect your wood and your drink.  The wood will not affect the taste of your beverage and the beverage will not affect the wood of your goblet!

Because you are dealing with wood, there are certain things we don't recommend you try.  For example, heat cracks wood.  We do not recommend you drink something hot from your wooden goblet, chalice or cup.  We also recommend you never put any wood into the dishwasher!  The heat of the drying cycle will destroy the wood
- even if properly finished.

We recommend you hand wash your wooden goblet, chalice or cup in warm soapy water with a mild dish detergent.  Hand dry and then allow the goblet to continue to air dry to remove any moisture.  Do not let your goblet soak in water!  It is meant to hold beverages, not soak in them.  With a bit of loving care, your goblet should last you a lifetime.

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As each work is a one of a kind, naturally we can not show every item on this website.  If you saw us at a show and would like to inquire about a specific piece - or you have a question regarding a custom commission, please:
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