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Cow horns are naturally diverse in appearance, colours are generally a mixture of white, cream, black and beige, some are pure black. Most are quite beautiful in their own right, as if individually painted by Mother Nature. The cow horn pictured is merely a fair and average representation. Sizes are between 24.5 and 29cm in length including curvature (tape measure along outer edge).
These are great for ‘uncivilized’ parties - and they won't be able to put them down until it's all gone! Yes, Vikings, Saxons, Goths, Huns, Vandals etc. actually did use these. Cow horn cups (exactly like ours) were commonly buried with deceased warriors so, presumably, they would not lack a cup in the 'afterlife party'.
Once a year, wipe with vegetable oil; helps prevent the horn from drying out. Use oils with little or no taste: safflower oil or grape seed oil. All horns are brand new, never used, plastic wrapped, and are stored in clean hygienic conditions.
Good looking horn with brass fittings. Will not hold a big volume of fluid, maybe 200 ml. Great novelty gift for next banquet. Janice Krieger on 25th Aug 2020
I shop for gifts all year round - If something just jumps out as unique, well priced and a good quality I can’t wait it out!! This horn is already a hit - will be back to order more. Katy on 21st Jul 2020
We received our drinking horn very quickly which was surprising given the current COVID-19 delays. The horn with the brass details is great quality. Would recommend. Lauren Pereira on 30th Jun 2020
Hi, I’d like to just say, I’m a little bit disappointed in the drinking horn I purchased recently, as it had scuff marks on it. It arrived quickly, which was good.
I love your store but I really was a little bit upset at the quality as it was a Christmas gift for someone.
Jasmine on 15th Dec 2017
Viking man was most pleased with this drinking horn, rated best birthday gift. Unknown on 7th Dec 2017
Brought it as a birthday present for a friend, not disappointed. Arrived three days after it was ordered! Very pleased. Unknown on 3rd Apr 2017