Drinking horn or mead horn 2.75 liters
Do drinking horns belong to the equipment of the Vikings or not? The fact is that, based on the findings, the state of science is that ceramic drinking vessels were the standard. Not only for the Vikings but also in general in the Middle Ages. Who appreciates the optics and takes it historically not so beer-seriously, will have a lot of fun with this handsome drinking horn.
By the way, there are certainly finds of drinking horns. However, these are considered ritual objects and were probably used for ceremonies. The fact that a drinking horn cannot be put down testifies to the fact that this drinking vessel is comparatively impractical in everyday life to a beautiful early medieval ceramic cup, however, the market medieval for this nowadays drinking horn holders in different shapes and materials in the offer.
Made of real horn, it has a capacity of about 2.75 liters.
Polished from the outside, it shines in the light and is easy to hold in the hand. From the inside, it is painted with a food-safe glaze to make it easier to wash.
Note: Since a horn is a natural product, the color and shape may vary from the picture provided. The coloring may vary in both directions (Lighter or darker).
-Mead horn or drinking horn made from 100% real horn.
-From the outside the horn is smoothly polished.
-From the inside, it is painted with a food-safe varnish, which makes the horn easier to rinse.
-The horn has a capacity of about 2.75 liters.
Scope of delivery: 1x drinking horn 2.75l