Mittelalterliches Trinkhorn-Ende mit Wolfskopf

Art.Nr.: 07 THE Wolf
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Medieval drinking horn terminal
Medieval drinking horn terminal
Drinking horn end - silver plated
Drinking horn end - silver plated
Bronze drinking horn terminal
Bronze drinking horn terminal
Drinking horn terminal - detail
Drinking horn terminal - detail
Drinking horn terminal in use
Drinking horn terminal in use
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Replica of a medieval drinking horn terminal.

The expressive drinking horn terminal in the shape of a wolf's head that you can buy here was made after a medieval model from Castle Douglas in Scotland.

The medieval drinking horn end has two holes on the side for attachment to the drinking horn.

The dimensions of the drinking horn end are as follows:
Total length 5.7 cm
Width 2.2 cm
Shaft length 4 cm
Shaft inner diameter at the base 1.9 cm.

You can buy the drinking horn tip with wolf head in bronze and in real silver plated.

Douglas Castle is located about one kilometre north-east of the village of Douglas in south-west Scotland and was built in the late 13th century. During the Scottish War of Independence, Doulas Castle was captured and occupied by English troops.

However, James Douglas, a companion of Robert the Bruce, regained his ancestral seat when he stormed Douglas Castle during the service on Palm Sunday that same year and massacred all the English.

The bodies were thrown into a cellar and the entire castle was burnt down in what became known as "Douglas' larder". Robert the Bruce rewarded the Douglas' loyalty with lands and James' nephew was given the hereditary title of Earl of Douglas.

Although Douglas Castle was later rebuilt, only the ruins of a round tower from a later phase of construction remain today.

Here you will find an overview of various drinking horn fittings from the Iron Age and the early Middle Ages:
Drinking horn terminals and fittings...

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Replica of a medieval drinking horn terminal.

The expressive drinking horn terminal in the shape of a wolf's head that you can buy here was made after a medieval model from Castle Douglas in Scotland.

The medieval drinking horn end has two holes on the side for attachment to the drinking horn.

The dimensions of the drinking horn end are as follows:
Total length 5.7 cm
Width 2.2 cm
Shaft length 4 cm
Shaft inner diameter at the base 1.9 cm.

You can buy the drinking horn tip with wolf head in bronze and in real silver plated.

Douglas Castle is located about one kilometre north-east of the village of Douglas in south-west Scotland and was built in the late 13th century. During the Scottish War of Independence, Doulas Castle was captured and occupied by English troops.

However, James Douglas, a companion of Robert the Bruce, regained his ancestral seat when he stormed Douglas Castle during the service on Palm Sunday that same year and massacred all the English.

The bodies were thrown into a cellar and the entire castle was burnt down in what became known as "Douglas' larder". Robert the Bruce rewarded the Douglas' loyalty with lands and James' nephew was given the hereditary title of Earl of Douglas.

Although Douglas Castle was later rebuilt, only the ruins of a round tower from a later phase of construction remain today.

Here you will find an overview of various drinking horn fittings from the Iron Age and the early Middle Ages:
Drinking horn terminals and fittings...

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