Medieval Horn Beaker

Art.Nr.: 04 Hornbecher
10,08 €
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Medieval horn beaker
Medieval horn beaker
Medieval horn beaker
Medieval horn beaker
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Horn beaker in the style of the Middle Ages.

Here you can buy a medieval horn beaker that has a sturdy base for a good stand and is ideal as medieval camp equipment.

The medieval horn beaker is made from genuine water buffalo horn and has a beautifully polished surface that shows off the magnificent horn markings to their best advantage.

Horn was already used by the Vikings and in the Middle Ages and, as a natural product, has many variations in shape and colour, which is why the picture of the horn beaker can of course only be an approximation. For logistical reasons, it is unfortunately not possible to take special customer requests regarding shape and colour into account for our horn beakers.

Dimensions: Height: 10 - 12 cm, Diameter: 6 - 7 cm.

The medieval horn beaker is made exclusively by hand and in small quantities. Unfortunately, the food certification required by law is disproportionately expensive and would have an unfavourable effect on the selling price. For this reason, this medieval horn beaker is only offered as a prop, so to speak, which by definition is not certified for contact with food.

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Horn beaker in the style of the Middle Ages.

Here you can buy a medieval horn beaker that has a sturdy base for a good stand and is ideal as medieval camp equipment.

The medieval horn beaker is made from genuine water buffalo horn and has a beautifully polished surface that shows off the magnificent horn markings to their best advantage.

Horn was already used by the Vikings and in the Middle Ages and, as a natural product, has many variations in shape and colour, which is why the picture of the horn beaker can of course only be an approximation. For logistical reasons, it is unfortunately not possible to take special customer requests regarding shape and colour into account for our horn beakers.

Dimensions: Height: 10 - 12 cm, Diameter: 6 - 7 cm.

The medieval horn beaker is made exclusively by hand and in small quantities. Unfortunately, the food certification required by law is disproportionately expensive and would have an unfavourable effect on the selling price. For this reason, this medieval horn beaker is only offered as a prop, so to speak, which by definition is not certified for contact with food.

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