We now carry Viking drinking horns for the medieval reenactor. We have Viking drinking horns that are made of stoneware and real antlers. Our drinking horns are made in England and Germany and are fully functional. Many of these Viking drinking horns come with a stand when they are not in use. We also have mug frogs and horn frogs to attach to your belt for medieval reenactments and renaissance fairs. Viking drinking horns are great for holding any of your favorite beverages. Nothing says Viking more than our drinking horns!
You are a powerful Viking warrior whose prowess on the battlefield is matched only by your ability to guzzle mead. You need a drinking vessel deserving of your legendary status. You need the Aesir Drinking Horn with Stand.
You never know, as you sail from land to land in search of adventure, when you might stumble upon a lavish party. It is always best to be prepared, so be sure to carry the Aslaug Carved Drinking Horn with Holder at your side.
With the Bjorn Drinking Horn with Holder, you will never go thirsty for want of a cup. Pillaging and sailing can be hard work, so be sure to have your drinking horn ready at your side for the next chance you have for refreshment.
After a few millennia of accommodating warriors, Valhalla is running a bit low on supplies. Luckily, you brought your own drinking horn! Make sure you are prepared for any Viking feast with the Carved Drinking Horn with Stand.
Life as a Viking is not all about raids. You must also make time for leisure. As such, it is important to bring your feastware with you wherever you go, which is why you should equip the Carved Leaves Drinking Horn with Holder.
Impress fellow warriors when you arrive at your next feast with the Carved Stallion Drinking Horn with Stand. Be the merriest Viking of the bunch as you take a sip from this brass-accented natural Viking horn.
Emerging from the Viking Age in Scandinavia, the horn was used for used for ceremonial purposes as well as festive functions. This Ceremonial Viking Drinking Horn is a splendid vessel perfect for any Viking or history fanatic.
This genuine horn goblet is handmade with carved dragon scales and deeply etched lines, making the Dragon Drinking Horn a spectacular drinking vessel. An adjustable black suede belt holster provides a convenient carrying method.
Made of stoneware, the Drinking Horn of Cu Chulainn with Stand features raised-relief decoration. A strap for carrying or hanging the horn is included. It is great for Medieval weddings, Renaissance fairs, and special occasions.
Here is a beautiful, functional piece for collectors and reenactors who enjoy an adventure into Norse mythology. From Windlass Steelcrafts, this Drinking Horn of Freya befits Viking royalty, worthy of the goddess that inspired it.
This magnificent real horn is a feast for the eyes. The rim on this Drinking Horn of Jarl is edged with brass knotwork, while the tip has been decorated with a dragon head. An adjustable leather belt holster is included for carrying.
Rimmed with brass, this gorgeous drinking horn is named after Olaf the Peacock, chieftain of the early Icelandic Commonwealth. An intricate peacock feather has been lavishly hand painted onto the horn and sealed for durability.