Some people say the Holy Grail was actually a magick chalice. In rituals and rites, witches often drink a ceremonial beverage from a chalice. Many chalices feature long stems so they can be passed easily from hand to hand. Sharing the cup with coven members signifies connectedness and unity of purpose. You may choose to drink magick potions you've concocted from your chalice, too.
The Chalice Well in Glastonbury, England, is a sacred site for Celts and followers of goddess religions. Many people believe it is the final resting place of the Holy Grail. For 2,000 years this well has been in constant use and has never been known to run dry. A symbol of the life force, the well is revered as a gift from Mother Earth to her children.
The chalice is associated with the water element and the astrological signs Cancer, Scorpio, and Pisces. To charge it, you could sprinkle it with “holy” water from a well, spring, or lake that is special to you. A symbol of the feminine force, the chalice's shape clearly suggests the womb. Therefore silver, because it's ruled by the moon, is a good material for your magick chalice. Some people prefer crystal, colored glass, or ceramic chalices — the choice is entirely yours.