drinking horns from the Middle Ages

Medieval drinking horns

Here you will find medieval drinking horns, in various shapes and colors.
Drinking horn with stand made of horn brass tip and brass rim
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Drinking horn with rim, tip and holder small

The drinking horn was made with a brass tip and a brass rim
decorated and comes with a horn stand. It's polished and
embedded with food safe beeswax.
Especially in Norse mythology and the Norse sagas have
Drinking horns are of great importance, since they are used to make the magical mead
is drunk, which has some magical attributes such as the high art of poetry
lends.

The horn is between 32 and 36 cm long
52.98 USD
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Drinking Horn "Unicorn" painted large
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Drinking Horn "Unicorn" painted large

Drinking Horn "Unicorn" painted large
Drinking horn painted polished, and with food-grade beeswax
admitted.
Probably the oldest picture of a drinking horn
is the Venus of Laussel, one about 25,000 years ago in
Limestone figure made in France. At the literary
Tradition is mainly Old Norse sagas,
where drinking horns often play a role

The horn is between 38 and 45 cm long
47.08 USD
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Polished drinking horn 37cm
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Drinking horn 37cm

The drinking horn is polished, embedded with food-safe beeswax and
decorated with a brass tip.
The & nbsp; Venus von Laussel is probably the oldest illustration of a drinking horn,
a limestone figure made in France about 25,000 years ago. Even with the
Old Norse sagas, drinking horns often play a role in literary
Tradition.
41.18 USD
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Drinking horn 31cm with metal tip
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Drinking horn 31cm

Probably the oldest picture of a drinking horn
represents the Venus of Laussel, one around 25,000 years ago in
France made limestone figure. If you take the
literary tradition is mainly the old Norse
Sagas in which drinking horns often play a role.
The drinking horn was tipped with a brass tip, became
polished, and embedded with food-grade beeswax.
The horn has a minimum length of
approx 31 cm The horn has a minimum length of about 31cm
35.28 USD
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Polished drinking horn 27cm with metal tip
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Drinking horn 27cm

Drinking horn polished with brass tip, and with Food-safe
beeswax taken in. Probably the oldest picture of a drinking horn
is the Venus of Laussel, one about 25,000 years ago in
Limestone figure made in France. At the literary Tradition is
mainly Old Norse sagas, where drinking horns often play a role
The horn has a minimum length of about 27 cm
29.38 USD
VAT exempt according to current tax regulations excl. Shipping costs
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