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Drinking Horns and Accessories for the Modern Barbarian. Handmade Drinking Horn Tankards, Viking Horns, Cups, and more.

Dragon Scrimshawed Drinking Horn. **SOLD** Celtic Dragon. Design not my own, found on internet

Dragon Scrimshawed Drinking Horn. **SOLD** Celtic Dragon. Design not my own, found on internet

Drinking Horns

Norse and Viking Leather Art Bone Jewelry and Drinking Horns by Wodenswolf: Recent Works: Solar Kult Drinking Horn

Drinking horns

Drinking Horns and Accessories for the Modern Barbarian. Handmade Drinking Horn Tankards, Viking Horns, Cups, and more.

Italian- Horn_with_Animals_in_Vine_Scrolls-Walters: 11th C. Ivory horns, called oliphants, were made to represent the horn of St. Hubert, patron saint of hunters. They were used as hunting, drinking, or military signal horns and as symbols of the transfer of power or property. This one is decorated with the mixture of Byzantine, Islamic, and western motifs characteristic of the art of southern Italy at this time.

Italian- Horn_with_Animals_in_Vine_Scrolls-Walters: 11th C. Ivory horns, called oliphants, were made to represent the horn of St. Hubert, patron saint of hunters. They were used as hunting, drinking, or military signal horns and as symbols of the transfer of power or property. This one is decorated with the mixture of Byzantine, Islamic, and western motifs characteristic of the art of southern Italy at this time.

Drinking Horn Gorges Irish Guild of Amsterdam, arent Cornelisz Coster, 1547

Drinking horn from the Amsterdam Company of Arquebusiers, Arent Cornelisz Coster (attributed to), 1547 - Rijksmuseum

Krähe, Wikinger graviert Trinkhorn

Carved drinking horn, polished and interior lacquer is used to pass food laws.

Medieval Lady + drinking horn by cornum

Medieval Lady and giant drinking horn. No need to recharge that. That a 3 round horn on a hot day.

The Norse Vikings groomed their hair on a regular basis. This is a large bone comb, with a carving of a mythical animal dated (800-900) AD.

Norse Viking, large bone comb, carving of a mythical animal dated AD.

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Viking garb - I love the way he drinking horn looks there, hanging from hip.