Natural Horn Drinking Horn with Brass Cap - 15"
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  • Unleash your inner Viking
  • 100 percent natural cow horn
  • Brilliantly brass-plated
  • Use with favorite beverage
  • Includes table top stand

Unleash your inner Viking with this brass-plated drinking horn. You'll hear the victory trumpets sounding as you pour another cold one down tonight with your new favorite cup. It is made from 100 percent natural cow horn and includes a table top stand.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 3.25 out of 5
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Decorators only! Reviewed by Tracy on Jul 31, 2014   1 out of 5

This is a decorator item, not a drinking horn! Inside is unfinished cow horn (disgusting!) and horn/brass banding is not water tight. Bought for my son-in-law and had to essentially remake this item to be something useful. One star because it does look decent, but definitely not for actual use the way you get it

Great horns Reviewed by Bob on Dec 27, 2013   5 out of 5

I bought these for all my kinsmen had them engraved they look great. just needed to wash them out and coat the inside with wax,GREAT drinking vessels.They look fantastic too!

Very unpleasant odor Reviewed by W. Campbell on Sep 22, 2013   2 out of 5

The “Drinking Horn” I received has a very unpleasant odor. The brass band on the open end was severely bent and has several dints and dings, apparently from rough handling. The brass cone on the closed end also has several dints and dings and is discolored where the ball is attached and it was not attached to the horn. I was able to reshape the brass band to a generally round shape and secure the brass cone to the horn to make it suitable for my purposes, but I would never consider this an actual ‘drinking’ horn.

Looks great, solid construction Reviewed by Pete on Sep 25, 2012   5 out of 5

Good, solid construction. The horn is well polished and looks great. Drinks do have an after taste, though. If you've ever worked cattle, the after taste reminds me of the smell of wet hooves. You know what I'm talking about.

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