Drinking Horns for sale

Drinking Horns

Drinking Horns!


Here at Drinking Horn Meadery, we couldn’t possibly let you drink your mead without the proper utensil. C’mon, you know it’s what the Vikings would have done.

We’re working on our own line of Drinking Horn Meadery drinking horns, so check back soon.  Meanwhile, here are some great options:

Our friends at Badger Creek Studios out of Tucson, Arizona know how to make a horn!  Visit Their Etsy Store Here.

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Drinking horn

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Roordahuizum drinking horn, made in the mid 16th century by silversmith Albert Jacobs Canter, kept in the Frisian Museum at Leeuwarden

A drinking horn is the horn of a bovid used as a drinking vessel. Most noteworthy, Drinking horns are known from Classical Antiquity especially the Balkans, and remained in use for ceremonial purposes throughout the Middle Ages and the Early Modern period in some parts of Europe, notably in Germanic Europe, and in the Caucasus. Hence, drinking horns remain an important accessory in the culture of ritual toasting in Georgia in particular, where they are known as khantsi.

Similarly, libation vessels made from glass, wood, ceramics or metal styled in the shape of drinking horns are also known from antiquity. The ancient Greek term for a drinking horn was simply keras (plural kerata, “horn”).[3] To be distinguished from the drinking-horn proper is the rhyton (plural rhyta), a drinking-vessel made in the shape of a horn with an outlet at the pointed end.

Furthermore, if you’re interested in one of our Drinking Horn Meadery horns (coming soon)…
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