pilgrim bottle

pilgrim bottle

n.
A costrel.
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Another notably English type is the conical flagon with a long, stretched neck, known as a 'pilgrim bottle' because of its resemblance to those flasks carried by travellers to the Holy Land; often created in pairs, these were particularly apt gifts.
Milton Keynes Council has received a police objection to the licence of the Pilgrim Bottle. The case will be heard shortly.
Some pilgrim bottles stood about, these had slightly longer necks which seemed to emphasise the triangle between the neck and the foot.