Medieval Viking Ceremonial Drinking Horn with Brass Fitting and Iron Display Stand
The Drinking Horn first appeared during the Bronze Age until clay pots and cups replaced it for most commoners. Drinking Horns then became a ceremonial chalice for kings and people of high status, especially during the Viking Age and Medieval periods. This item was made from real cow horns.
Featuring an ornately decorated brass rim as well as a large brass end cap,this deluxe drinking horn is made from 100% pure cow horn. The exterior is polished to a shiny surface and comes with an iron stand to hold the horn.
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