CRYSTAL GOBLETS

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Shop for crystal altar goblets at SpiritShack! In witchcraft, goblets represent the element of water. You can leave offerings for the spirits during your spells and rituals. You can put liquids like water, wine, and beverages in your goblet. It's a great addition to your altar and will aid your magic spells.

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FAQ 1

How do you clean silver-plated goblets?

To clean a silver-plated goblet, add washing liquid to warm water. And wash the goblet with care. Dry off and buff with a soft dry cloth. Store your goblet in a dry and cool place to prevent any tarnishes. Warm and moist conditions are not ideal for silver.

FAQ 2

What are goblets used for?

You will find goblets for water, iced tea, and other drinks in high-end restaurants. They have a wide rim and deep bowl and are thick. The thicker glass helps keep cold drinks colder and hot drinks hotter. They are used in witchcraft to offer deities beverages such as water and wine.

FAQ 3

Do I need a goblet for my witches’ altar?

You don't need to add a goblet to your altar. But the cup may be handy for making offerings such as water and wine. They offer a significant decorative effect to any altar.

FAQ 4

What is the difference between a goblet and a chalice?

Chalices and goblets are used interchangeably by many people. But they do differ in a few small ways. Chalices have thicker walls and heavier feet and are more heavy-duty. Chalices have more of a cone-shaped cup, and goblets have more of a bowl-shaped cup. Both cups are decorated with gold, silver, and platinum.

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How do you clean gold-plated goblets?

To clean a gold-plated goblet, add washing liquid to warm water. And wash the goblet with gentle care. Dry off and buff with a soft dry cloth. Store your goblet in a dry and cool place to prevent any tarnishes. Warm and moist conditions are not ideal for gold.