Martini Glass with Pewter Zebra
This beautiful martini glass has been decorated with a kudu.
The pewter animal is attached around the bottom of the stem so that the kudu is standing on the base of the martini glass.
A truly unique and beautiful piece both visually stunning and practical.
The pewter has been treated so that this glass is dishwasher safe.
About the Zebra
The most common species of Zebra found in Africa is the Plains/Burchell's Zebra. Other species found are the very rare and endangered Cape Mountain Zebra; Hartmann's Zebra (a subspecies of mountain zebra) found mainly in Namibia; Grévy’s zebra, found mostly in Kenya.
Related to the horse, a Burchell's Zebra is of stocky build with wide black and white stripes that run diagonally and lengthways on the rump and continue on to the belly, all the way down to hooves. The mane is upright and striped to match the neck. The tail is striped with a dark tassle. Zebra stripes are as individual as a human fingerprint.