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Valhalla Drinkware Wine/Mead Drinking Horn
Boasting an appearance of a medieval piece of kitchenware, this drinking horn looks as though it was freshly nicked out of the palace of the Mountain King himself!
This horn comes from a well-established Nordic-themed company. It's made from high-quality materials and features a leather waist holder. Each of the models is handcrafted and unique.
Its use is pretty much limited to wine and mead, which is appropriate for a drinking horn, in all fairness.
Armory Replicas 3 of a Kind Drinking Horn
If you like a good ole drinking horn reminiscent of the good ole medieval times (after that plague stuff, of course), how about three of them? These horns from Armory Replicas are some of the best around.
The entire horn is completely handmade using only natural materials. The imperfections on the inner side are mended by beeswax. The horn itself is from a buffalo.
Can't be used for hot liquids.
Viva La Vivia Drinking Horn Set
Featuring a sturdy build, toughened by experienced craftsmanship, this set of six can be a perfect way for a sizeable family to unleash their inner Vikings at the dinner table!
These horns feature a sturdy build, made of natural materials. They are also versatile and can be used for beer or wine.
They are meant for wine and beer only. Or a mix of them.
Alehorn Natural Drinking Horn
Featuring an interestingly-designed build that reminds one of a well-shaped stone, this drinking horn is one of the best selling pieces of medieval-looking cutlery currently on the market!
The texture has just been polished so that the natural appearance of the horn can be seen in its full glory. It includes a convenient display stand and the rim was reinforced with a brass coating.
There is a bit of a 'bony' smell when you first start using it. As the time goes by, however, it will wear off.
MyGANN Black Buffalo Drinking Horn
Heavily-brimmed and with a fine natural-looking hue, this drinking horn from MyGann can take you back to the golden days of horned helmets, battle axes, and pillaging Denmark and Northern Germany!
It has quite a wide rim and a sizeable drinking volume. For those who hate doing the dishes, good news, it's completely dishwasher safe. It has the archaic appearance of an object from ten centuries ago.
It does not come with a stand.