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BÁTHORY * EAU DE VIERGE - (VÉRFÜRDŐ Nem csak a nyolcéveseké a világ.) -- BLOODBATH It was perhaps Elisabeth’s rich and powerful family background that earned her the rumors of bathing regularly in the blood of her young servant girls in order to gain eternal youth. True or not, the gossip worked very effectively: she was tried, imprisoned, went mad and died. Design by Písta Contenta
HOLY RIGHT HANDHOLD Saint Stephen’s right hand was miraculously preserved after his death. It’s currently on display inside the Basilica, pointing the country in just the right direction. With all the current changes both in Hungary’s national spirit and its infrastructure, we all need a Holy Hand to grab on to. Design by Písta Contenta
ZÁCH - NAIL FILE Felicián Zách was a self-respecting feudal lord. After hearing that his daughter was seduced by the Queen’s brother, Zách entered the royal dining room and attempted to kill the royal family, but managed only to cause a few major injuries, notably he amputated four of the Queen’s fingers. He and his whole family were tortured, humiliated and/or killed. Design by Písta Contenta
GELLÉRT - KOKTÉL SHAKER Saint Gellért was an Italian missionary so respected by King Saint Stephen that he was made into a bishop. Unfortunately he crossed paths with some nationalist rebels, who were fed up with all the foreign influence. He was shut into a barrel and rolled to his death from a hill in Budapest, which today bears his name and skid marks. Design by Písta Contenta
EGRI NŐK - WALL SHOWER BRACKET The women of Eger castle managed to get out of the kitchen for a few hours during the Turks’ siege. Lore tells us they fought fiercely and amongst other deeds, used the kitchen equipment inappropriately to pour boiling water on the incoming migrants. Become a wetback yourself with our exclusive shower head holder! Design by Písta Contenta
DÓZSA CHESS SET György Dózsa led a very popular peasant uprising in 1514. His armies successfully occupied several of the nobility’s estates, often taking cruel revenge on the former masters. The revolutionaries were eventually defeated and Dózsa was roasted on a heated iron throne and partially fed to his comrades. The Dózsa Chess features a regular royalist army on one side and a democratic syndicate of red pawns on the other. Design by Písta Contenta