An exact copy of the Old Russian cup from the Patriarch's Palace
Silver cup from the Moscow Kremlin Museums Museums of the Moscow Kremlin release thematic collections of souvenirs to almost every significant exhibition. So there were carnival masks in the Art Deco style based on the exposition "Poiret - the king of fashion" or badges, cards and notepads with the works of the architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh. There were also near-fashioned experiments: for example, a couple of years ago the Russian brand A La Russe made souvenirs for the museum.
Another story - replicas of items from the permanent exhibition, which can also be found in the souvenir shop. This silver cup is an exact copy of one of the historical exhibits of the Patriarch's Palace.
Traditionally, it was customary to pour strong alcoholic beverages into the cups, this vessel would be suitable for authentic drinking of mead at pancake week (Maslenitsa).
All souvenirs exist in no more than three copies, so it makes sense to hurry, because crowds of tourists do not sleep.
You can find and buy a cup either at the Armory store or in the tourist center in the Alexander Garden.