Norwegian Stavanger Reproduction Drinking Horn 32-38 cm (13"-15")
This drinking horn is based on an artefact held by the Stavanger museum (Arkeologisk museum, Universitetet i Stavanger) in Norway.
The original drinking horn end or terminal is set with precious stones and is estimated to be from the late Viking era and is believed to be a bird possibly an eagle or raven.
In addition to the reproduction end the horn also has a decorative brass trim around the mouth. Each horn is unique due to both the natural variations in horns and the handmade quality.
Each horn is smoothly polished and finished with a water proof food safe epoxy.
Measured along the outside of the horn, the lengths range from 32-38 cm
Stand shown in photos not included and available separately.
Horn stands shown in photos not included and available separately.
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