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Medium Drinking Horn with Black Leather Belt Frog

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(4 customer reviews)

$17.79

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Nothing says Viking, Celt or Barbarian more than a drinking horn. Made from polished cow horn, the interior of these drinking horns are uncoated. Traditionally a drinking horn would be filled with a melted beeswax, sifted around and left to solidify for a coating – that method or one of your own devising would need to be undertaken to finish this horn for drinking. Wiping the horns occasionally with vegetable oil will lengthen their life.

We carry three sizes of these horns – The smallest are a compact traveler size and the largest is a drinking horn grandiose enough for the mead-hall hero! This is the Medium size. As these are organic items, the size varies, so the measurements entered below should be taken as approximations. Also, the texture and marbling of the horns varies in combinations and intensities of black, white and tan. Includes a black suede leather frog with a belt loop.

Overall LengthApprox. 12''-14''
WeightApproximately 13.5 oz
CultureViking
Country of OriginIndia

4 reviews for Medium Drinking Horn with Black Leather Belt Frog

  1. Odingaard

    Nice large drinking horn! Ordered these for an upcoming event, expecting just a basic horn. These are actually nicer than ones you’d get from to Ren Faire for $75-$100. The 12-14″ length is accurate, but the capacity is actually 20-24 Oz. The horns are finished to a high sheen, and the inside has been cored and is smooth. Some people coat them with beeswax or polyurethane, but these are so clean… just use a couple denture cleaning tablets and water… top them off and let them set for a couple hours….rinse them out and they are good. You really don’t need to coat them in my opinion.

    Leather carrier is a bonus and it works. The horn itself is easily worth 3x the price. You won’t be disappointed with one or more of these in your kit.

  2. Odingaard

    Nice large drinking horn! Ordered these for an upcoming event, expecting just a basic horn. These are actually nicer than ones you’d get from to Ren Faire for $75-$100. The 12-14″ length is accurate, but the capacity is actually 20-24 Oz. The horns are finished to a high sheen, and the inside has been cored and is smooth. Some people coat them with beeswax or polyurethane, but these are so clean… just use a couple denture cleaning tablets and water… top them off and let them set for a couple hours….rinse them out and they are good. You really don’t need to coat them in my opinion.

    Leather carrier is a bonus and it works. The horn itself is easily worth 3x the price. You won’t be disappointed with one or more of these in your kit.

  3. Eli

    Question Is this real cow horn i got one today it feels like plastic? Its still really cool though.

  4. Eli

    Question Is this real cow horn i got one today it feels like plastic? Its still really cool though.

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