Object : Thermal Tankard
Country : USA
Culture : USA
This thermal tankard is a modern style blended with historic design. A cross between a tankard and a thermos, with the ability to handle both hot and cold beverages. B.L.A.S.T. Museum Investigators have determined that this one may have also been used as a coffee pot.
This object is still under research and will be updated soon.
Object : [Water Vessel]
Country : [unknown]
Culture : [unknown]
Date : [unknown]
B.L.A.S.T. Museum 3 In One Collection
This terracotta vessel may be used as a storage vessel. It has 3, uniquely placed handles that give it the ability to be used as a transportation vessel. When the handles are roped it can be used as a back pack. When the ropes are removed an individual can drink directly from it.
This vessel is under research by B.L.A.S.T. Museum Investigators and information will be updated soon.
* B.L.A.S.T. Update…museum investagators are contemplating the creation of a new collection and transferring this vessel. It has been determined that this vessel can also be used to serve, and so it fits a new category of vessels.
Dedicated to my Smith and Martin family in memory of Ms.Theresa “Ronnie” Smith.
“Ya’ll know how we do …We WHYIANE ! for the wine .”
Country:United States of America
Date: 20th Century
B.L.A.S.T.Museum: 3 In One Vessel Collection
The Haunted House Wine label is a Halloween decoration novelty, but the wine is a Carlos and Rossi. It is a B.L.A.S.T:Museum favorite and is offered to family and friends during any occasion to really keep the party going. Nothing special about this wine except the merriment and good feeling during family time together. B.L.A.S.T:Museum Wineologists simply choose an inexpensive table wine and sometimes it may not be served during the festivities, so it is placed into hiding, then added to another occasion’s list. This Halloween carry over aged four years unintentionally and was supposed to be a Halloween treat, but it was selected for the 2012 July 4th celebration. This glass bottle is a great jug example and is a feature of the B.L.A.S.T:Museum 3 In One permanent collection. It is also a great serving,transportation,and storage vessel.
Jug Sliders are good accompaniment featured from the Carlos and Rossi party snack menu.
1 lb. ground beef
1 package of mini buns
2 table spoons of butter/margarine
4oz. button mushrooms (sliced thin)
2 large scallions (sliced)
1 shallot (minced)
1 cup merlot
green leaf lettuce
salt,pepper to taste
Object : Flask
Country : Mexico
Region : Lowlands
Date : 20th Century
B.L.A.S.T. Museum 3 In One Vessel Collection
This tin flask is a collectible from Hornitos, a fine,100% blue agave tequila made by the Sauza distillery. It is displayed in the B.L.A.S.T.Museum Hall, ‘Straight Up’, along with an accompanying Hornitos decanter.